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China’s Ambassador to DRC Calls on Interior Minister To Personally Get Involved in the Search For Three Kidnapped Chinese Nationals

Chinese ambassador Zhu Jing meeting with DRC Interior and Security Minister Daniel Aselo Okito Koy. Image via the Chinese embassy in Kinshasa.

Chinese ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zhu Jing, called on Interior and Security Minister Daniel Aselo Okito Koy on Tuesday to personally intervene in the search for three Chinese nationals who went missing last week and are presumed to have been kidnapped by militants.

The trio disappeared from a remote mining area in the far eastern Ituri province and is suspected to have been kidnapped by militants from the Cooperative for the Development of Congo (CODECO) that are active in the area.

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