A drone image that DRC has released, showing armed fighters. DRC said they are Rwanda Forces
The government of DRC has accused Rwanda of sabotaging peace talks that former President Uhuru Kenyatta has been chairing in the recent past.
The former President has facilitated several meetings over the ongoing fights in the Eastern DRC
One of the meetings was held in Luanda, Angola, back on 23 Nov 2022 while the most recent meeting was held in Nairobi. Mediator Uhuru chaired the one that happened in Nairobi earlier this month.
DRC, though the statement released by the Ministry of Communication and Media, DRC has accused Rwanda of financing and arming the ruthless M23 rebels.
DRC has said President Paul Kagame has been ignoring peace talks, and that he has allegedly continued to support M23.
According to DCR, Rwanda Defence Forces have also been crossing to DRC to offer support to M23
"All attempts to find a resolution to the conflict in the Eastern DRC, including the recent Nairobi process and Luanda process, have been sabotaged by Rwanda. The UN Security Council must sanction Rwanda immediately," DRC said in part.
In a more detailed statement of more than 60 pages, DRC said "Rwanda regularly denies support for the M23 or that its troops are operating inside the #DRC... but there is an overwhelming body of evidence that disproves this" as they shared scary pictures allegedly taken from crime scenes.
In some of the pictures seen by this writer, including those that were captured by drones, a group of soldiers armed to the teeth could be seen. DRC said they were RDF soldiers and M23 fighters
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