If you wish to participate in the media coverage of the events in Kinshasa, you will find below various practical information concerning your registration.

For more practical information regarding accommodation, transportation and protocol Covid-19, below.


In order to travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo, it is necessary to obtain a visa.

Each Pre-Cop 27 participant must complete the necessary visa application procedures to ensure that they are processed in a timely manner prior to travel to the DRC. All participants must have a passport valid for at least six months. Visa applications can take an average of 15 working days.

The organization will facilitate the visa process, each participant is invited to fill out the form attached to the invitation letter and return it by email.

Please note that there is no link between the vaccination against Covid-19 and the obtaining of the visa, it is not a restrictive condition.


All media will need to be accredited for coverage. As soon as you receive your visa, we invite you to proceed to the accreditation process via the following platform

Pick up your badge 48 hours before the event or on the day of the event at the accreditation office. For questions related to accreditation, please contact Mr. Baelo at +243 84 502 6979 or +243 810 568 574 or by email

For specific questions, please contact with a copy to

Practical Information

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You will find practical information to prepare your trip to Kinshasa, DRC.

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A welcome service at the airport of Kinshasa with a protocol service and a transfer from the airport to the recommended hotels.



For accommodation, see our selection of hotels, located near the conference venue.



In order to travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo, it is necessary to obtain a visa.