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Amid New Reports of Violence Against Chinese Nationals in the DR Congo, Embassy Gathers Business Leaders to Discuss How to Respond

A Chinese miner severely beaten by a mob of protestors in the DRC's northern Haut-Uele province.
Chinese Ambassador Zhu Jing hosting business leaders to discuss the worsening security situation in the DR Congo. Image via the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The worsening security situation for Chinese nationals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo prompted Ambassador Zhu Jing to bring together business leaders from Chinese enterprises to discuss how to respond.

Attendees at this week’s meeting called on Zhu to support enhanced security measures for Chinese residents and businesses operating in the DR Congo. 

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