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BZVBiochemisch Zuurstof Verbruik (Dutch: Biochemical Oxygen Demand)
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For this reason, we have chosen to partner with the leaders in high-growth billing, customer care and Electronic Voucher Distribution (EVD) solutions, as we continue our growth strategy throughout the region," said Stephane Beuvelet, General Manager, Azur Congo Brazzaville.
Chinese engineers started work late last year on a $500m road linking the oil hub of Pointe Noire with Brazzaville, a project that will involve crossing equatorial forests and steep mountains.
But all eyes will be on the Games this September, as well as on Brazzaville itself.
The delegation, comprising Congo's Minister of Transport and Maritime Gilbert Mokoki, Mayor of Brazzaville Hugues Ngouelondele along with EC Air chairman Jean Louis Osso and director general Fatima Beyina-Moussa, was then welcomed by Mohammed A.
Manoj Kohli, MD and CEO International, Bharti Airtel, said: "We are at an advance stage of successfully integrating Waird's Uganda operations with that of Airtel and look forward to a similarly swift transition in Congo Brazzaville as well.
To investigate the involvement and distribution of potential vector mosquito species, we initiated an entomological study in the Makelekele and Mfilou districts of Brazzaville, the 2 areas associated with the CHIKV outbreak.
At least 206 people have been killed in the Republic of Congo as a series of explosions ripped through an arms depot in the capital Brazzaville on Sunday afternoon.
It was not immediately clear what started the fire that according to a Chinese consulate official in Brazzaville reported by Beijing's Xinhua news agency, also killed at least four Chinese workers.
The horrific explosions happened in Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of Congo.
Au moins 150 personnes ont ete tuees et des centaines blessees dans une serie d'explosions hier dimanche dans un depot de munitions a Brazzaville, la capitale du Congo, a indique a l'AFP une source diplomatique europeenne.
Together, Brazzaville and Kinshasa provide a piece of geographic trivia: they are the only national capitals located within sight of one another.
According to the Petroleum Ministry, the signing was done by ENI Congo's CEO Luigi Piro and NewAge's CEO Steve Lowden, in the presence of Petroleum Minister of Congo Brazzaville, His Excellency Mr.