DRC Defence Minister in Kigali for two days talks on ending FDRL sway

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By GLV Reporter.
Kigali-Just one week after Rwanda’s Defence minister, Gen James Kabarebe, was in Kishansa, now the Congolese Defence minister along with delegation of highly decorated military commanders are in the country to seek a permanent solution for FDRL in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

At their arrival at Kigali international airport, Charles Mwando Nsimba, DRC defence minister said he is in the country to continue talks to push for regional peace and stability.

“We are happy that Rwanda-DRC security cooperation is going on well, we have put our efforts to fight FDRL fighter in Kivu and this two days meeting will be focusing on what we can do next.” Nsimbi said.

Received by Gen Kabarebe and Chief of defence forces Lt Gen Charles Kayonga, Nsimbi told the media that the two countries had set up plans to meet occasionally to assess the security threats of both countries.
There is a mixture of feelings among the residents of Goma town of North Kivu saying the Rwanda Defence forces are pushing to go back in DRC to hunt FDRL who recently carried out mass rapes of 200 women at UN controlled area Luvungi.
“Their discussion will lead Rwanda forces here I suspect, because UN peacekeepers have failed to protect residents from the hands of FDLR,” Joseph Mwanakavula said.

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