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SADC and TROIKA agrees to send troops Democratic Republic of Congo
Chairman of the Agency that deals with issues of politics, defense and security (Troika) of Community Development in Southern Africa (SADC), President Jakaya Kikwete has said that the community would be willing to deploy troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) if the action redirected to the international community dealing with conflicts in the Great Lakes region.
He spoke yesterday in Dar es Salaam when he was speaking to reporters after completion of the meeting was attended by the presidents of four for the purpose of receiving notice of the meeting was conducted between the chair of SADC and President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, related to the state of chaos going on area of eastern DRC.
The conference was convened by direction of the chairman of SADC, Armando Guebuza, was attended by Guebuza himself, including Presidents Hifikepunye Pohamba of Namibia, Joseph Kabila of the DRC; Kikwete of Tanzania, the Minister of Defence of South Africa, Novisiwe Maphisa-Nqakula, who represents the president Jacob Zuma and SADC executive secretary general, Dr. Tomaz Salomao.
President Kikwete said the meeting of the Troika has welcomed the report of the chairman and hypocritical all recommendations issued following a conversation he had done and Kagame relationship with war run by a group of M23 to be focused on ending the conflict.