For too long, the Democratic Republic of Congo has been the heart of darkness, with the worst human rights record of any country in the world, even worse than the United States.
The Democratic Republic of Congo borders the Central African Republic and South Sudan to the south and the Democratic People's Republic (DRC) to the northeast. The country borders on the east with Rwanda, which borders Congo, which it shares with Uganda and Rwanda. In the north, Congo borders the Central African states of Rwanda and Uganda, as well as the eastern part of Sudan, while the southern border of the country borders the province of North Kivu.
On the west side of the Democratic Republic of Congo is the French-speaking city of Kinshasa, the capital and largest city of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The provinces of North Kivu, South Kivu and Central African Republic and the eastern part of South Sudan are to the west. Despite its status as one of Africa's most populous cities and an important economic and political center, Kansa is in many ways a miracle of dysfunction.
It is located on the western bank of the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo, opposite Brazzaville, the capital of the neighboring Republic of Congo (which can be seen from afar across the broad Congo River at a distance along its banks), making Kinshasa the only capital of Africa with a population of more than 1.5 million people. Unlike the northern shore of Brazaville along the Congolese river, Kansa is one of only a handful of capitals facing the country's capital and the eastern part of South Sudan.
The city's water comes from the Congo and its tributaries, where the city's sewage is also taken, and there is a large treatment plant, the Kinshasa Wastewater Treatment Plant. Bas - The Congo supplies about half of the food in the capital, the rest comes from other parts of the Congo and is imported.
The Commune de Matonge is known regionally for its nightlife, and Cite de l'OUA is home to the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The resulting rush of foaming brown water is the result of an earthquake on 1 March 2008, when Angola came under the command of President Laurent Gbagbo and his government. It was formerly known as country, but was renamed Angola territory on February 2, 2008, when it was renamed Congo territory (confusing and similar to the "Republic of Congo") and then renamed the Democratic Republic of Congo territories on June 1, 2008.
On 30 June 2007, EUPOL was dissolved in Kinshasa and on 1 July 2010 the European Union Peace and Security Council (EUPSC) and the International Union for the Protection of Human Rights (UNEPHR) were established. On 1 June 2010, MONUC was dissolved, but the Inter-Congolese Union for the Protection of the State of the Republic of the Congo (INRC) was established, as was the Democratic Republic of the Congo Police (DRCP), the National Public Security Bureau (NBP). The International Organization for Peacekeeping and Red Cross (IOPR), a non-governmental organization, was founded on 31 May 2006 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Paris and in June 2007 by UNICEF, a UN peace organization based in Geneva.
IOPR has reestablished its country office in Kinshasa in 2018 and has since been supporting the Democratic Republic of Congo and the INRC from there. When travelling between Brazzaville and Kinassa, people of Congolese nationality can cross the border into the Democratic Republic of Congo in Brazavilles at the same time as people from other countries. The advantage of travelling by car, however, is that you can explore the various cities of Congo and Brazzleville before you reach your destination in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Travellers must obtain a visa for Kansasha to travel between the two cities, as well as for travel to other cities in the Congo, such as Goma.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire) is formerly located in Central Africa and has a small coast. The area around the mouth of the Congo River was ruled by the Kingdom of Congo from the 14th to the 19th century. It is the safest and most visited area in the country, with a population of around 2.5 million people and a total area of 1.3 million square kilometres.
When Leopoldville was named the capital of the Belgian Congo in 1920, it had a population of about 15,000 and was renamed Kinshasa in honour of the village that once stood on the site.
It was named after King Leopold II of Belgium, who was not a colony but private property, but controlled the vast territory that is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 1876 Leopold acquired the rights to the Congo and named it the "Congo-Free State" in honor of his father, the King of France.