Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Debt relief stimulus initiative

The DRC has benefited from significant reductions in both the stock and service the debt. The level of Obama debt relief act, however, has given rise to interpretations different directions even divergent both in the national press than in all of the national opinion. It was imperative that the government of Congolese lantern lights how the achievement of the completion point and has affected the level of the structure of both the stock and service the external debt. Challenge the Director of the Prime Minister, Jean-Claude Nachega has, on behalf and under the control of Prime Minister, kindly face, Wednesday, July 28, 2010 last. With the ease of a specialist and the assurance of a man master of his subject, he was facing the press, gave the figures in connection with the recent cancellation of a portion of the external debt of the DRC.

For government, it is the largest debt relief that has ever enjoyed in a country initiative (HIPC and MDRI). Receiving ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Kinshasa in the wake of the decision of Woods Bretton, Prime Minister stressed that the country had won on two fronts: the head of debt relief stimulus initiative under the HIPC initiative and the mobilization of funding from our Chinese partners. This dual challenge was a success thanks to the determination of the President of the Republic and the Government but also to outright collaboration with our traditional partners. These in line with the government, acknowledged that indeed the Congolese could reconcile these two goals.

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