Video: Bosco Ntaganda---Rwanda and DRC agree for a neutral force on their border part of Rwanda's connection to the M23 rebels must not be ignored

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Source: Open Democracy
Kigali : Rwanda | over 1 year ago
While many of the drivers of conflict in eastern DR Congo lie within its borders, an analysis that ignores the role of Rwanda in recent years is inadequate to the task of disassembling...
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Bosco Ntaganda---Rwanda and DRC agree for a neutral force on their border

Full list of our videos is found on www.youtube.com Congolese and Rwandan were pushed to continue an active dialog aiming at eradicating negative forces threating the peace of both countries. This resolution came after the Rwandan government was found guilty of nursing the worse conflict in the World. That is the genocide in Eastern Congo. Congolese diplomats and their Rwandan met in Addis Ababa to find ways for peace settlement. Believe me, one of them was creating a neutral force that will work along the border of those 2 countries to fight the M23 disguised Rwandan armed attack on the Congo and also clear off the Congolese jungle off the FDLR, the threatening Rwandan hutu fighters. So many questions have arisen from this action. First of all, there is the MUNUSCO, the Congolese UN peace keeping mission with its 17000 soldiers. People want to know, why a new force beside the UN. Why? I haven't heard an answer so far. Second, when will the money, the soldiers, logistics and other resources be available. The Rwandan soldiers are already on the Congo territory fighting along side M23 rebellion. How long will it take to put a new force together, because Congolese can't wait any longer? Is that the best solution to this situation? Personally, I don't think so. It will be good to reinforce the UN peacekeeping mission by giving it all the tool and resources to fight off negative forces on both territories. And the most conclusive solution is to put the required pressure and <b>...</b>
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