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One of China’s Most Powerful Political Leaders, Wang Yang, Meets Separately With Legislators From Brazzaville and Kinshasa

Chinese Politburo member Wang Yang meeting with Edouard Mokolo Wa Mpombo, first vice-president of the Senate of the DR Congo. Image via Xinhua.

Wang Yang, a member of China’s powerful Politburo and president of the country’s rubber-stamp legislature, held separate meetings with legislative leaders from both sides of the Congo river.

In Beijing, Wang held talks with Edouard Mokolo Wa Mpombo, first vice-president of the Senate of the DR Congo (photo). Also, on the same day, Wang spoke via video conference with Pierre Ngolo, the president of the Senate in the Republic of Congo.

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