Didier Reynders met his Rwandan counterpart Mushikiwabo

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Didier Reynders in his office

Brussels-Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Didier Reynders, today met his Rwandan counterpart, Louise Mushikiwabo. Among the discussion featured DRC crisis and fighting between regular army and the mutineers.

Two days before Minister Reynders with his counterpart from the Democratic Republic of Congo, allowed him to express its deep concern vis-à-vis the situation in eastern DRC and start again a call to ongoing and constructive dialogue between the two countries.

The Minister noted the statements of Rwanda denies its involvement in supporting the rebels and stressed that the key is that Rwanda, if not part of the problem or part actively in the solution and contributes to faster with the DRC to stop these riots.

When put an end to the mutiny, it will then consider longer term solutions for stabilization and sustainable development in this region. The Minister noted that Belgium is willing to support these efforts.

However, its not clear whether Mushikiwabo has extend the invitation of Kigali to Belgium to the celebration of 50 years of independence

According to the sources, Mushikiwabo has also raised the issue of Congolese army fighting along with FDLR.

Security sources in the mutineers army say that some European countries like Belgium support FDLR in behind curtains who are traveling with Belgium passports.



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