Source Title: International Conference on the Great Lakes region of Africa urges Central African armed groups to cease fire immediately
According to Angolan media reports on January 29 local time, the heads of government of the organization of the International Conference on the Great Lakes region of Africa met in Luanda, the capital of Angola, and issued a statement on the same day, urging the armed groups in the Central African Republic to cease fire immediately, give up the Siege of Bangui, the capital of Central Africa, and withdraw to their territory.
At present, the deterioration of the security and stability situation in the Central African Republic has also affected its neighbours.
In addition, the African heads of government attending the meeting also asked the International Conference on the Great Lakes region and the economic community of Central African States to take necessary measures to cooperate with the United Nations Security Council to lift the arms embargo against the Central African Republic.
The Great Lakes region is located in the Middle East of Africa, which refers to the surrounding and adjacent areas of lakes such as Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Kivu. The International Conference on the Great Lakes region is composed of 12 countries in the Great Lakes region, including Angola, Burundi, the Central African Republic, Congo (cloth), Congo (Jin), Kenya, Rwanda, Sultan, southern Sultan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. The organization aims to work together to achieve lasting peace and security in the Great Lakes region, carry out regional cooperation and seek common development.