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Secretary Pompeo Meets Congo President
Ebola Outbreak Washington DC
Secretary Michael R. Pompeo met today the President of Congo, the president just arrived from Congo Africa, where they are facing the second biggest Ebola Outbreak in history.
The President his name is Felix Tshisekedi. The president met with Secretary Pompeo today at the Department of State building in Washington, D.C. They discussed the future of U.S.-DRC relations following the country’s historic transfer of power earlier this year and expressed their common interest in partnering to deliver a better and more prosperous future for the Congolese people.
Secretary Pompeo expressed support for President Tshisekedi’s change agenda focused on fighting corruption, strengthening governance, advancing human rights and accountability for human rights abuses and violations, promoting stability and security, and attracting American investment in the DRC. President Tshisekedi committed to good governance and respect for human rights, building transparent institutions, and combating corruption in the DRC. They also discussed the importance of sustainable and responsible development of natural resources, combating the current Ebola outbreak, and responding to humanitarian crises.
Secretary Pompeo stressed that the United States will continue to promote accountability to advance reform in the DRC.
Ebola Outbreak Map does not know if the president bodyguard staff, or the president of Congo employees were affected personally by Ebola virus, or if the employees are under Ebola virus monitoring in Washington DC or not. We can assume the probability of the employees being exposed to Ebola is likely given the fact that the staff are residents of Congo.