September 16, 2019
 In MONUSCO - Peacekeeping Efforts in the DRC

Country: United States
Delegate Name: Unmun Kaur

The United States fully supports the democratic republic of Congo and its fight to stop the mass genocide as well as help to increase peace and safety for all of its citizens. The United States and the DCR have had relations since 1960, and since then Congo has gone through devastating losses, including the Rwandan genocide, as well as many other humanitarian crimes caused by many different reasons. The United States is determined to help out the DCR by helping to provide humanitarian aid, as well as helping its citizens, be safe from many different viruses, like ebola, which the United States had provided around $569 million to the DCR to help battle emboli, as well as many other different diseases, like polio. We also have helped many refugees and citizens of DCR are helped get humanitarian resources like food and water. We believe that our relationship with DCR is incredibly important not only to help the citizens of DCR but also believe that DCR is an incredibly important country to us as it provides a lot of copper. We have also started many different programs to help with many different. Regular needs like education and health care to the citizens of DCR are the democratic republic of Congo is incredibly important to America, and we believe that they are an essential part of the world which needs a lot of help through this difficult time.

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