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M23 Rebels Say Rwanda-DR Congo Ceasefire Deal Does Not Affect Them

M23 Rebels Say Rwanda-DR Congo Ceasefire Deal Does Not Affect Them

On Thursday the rebel group announced that they were not concerned by the call for ceasefire in Luanda and called for a “direct dialogue” with the government… 24.11.2022, Sputnik International

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On Thursday the M23 rebel group announced that they were “not concerned” about the joint mini summit in Luanda, Angola, during which leaders in the East African region asked the rebel group to halt attacks and withdraw from conquered areas. It was the first ever joint “mini” summit between the East African Community and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) in Luanda, to focus on the Congo crisis.”M23 has seen the document on social media… There was nobody in the summit (from M23) so it doesn’t really concern us,” Lawrence Kanyuka, a political spokesman for the M23 movement, told AFP.”Normally when there is a ceasefire it is between the two warring sides,” he added.The Luanda summit concluded with the decision to cease hostilities in the DRC beginning on Friday evening by engaging in a disarmament and cantonment of the M23 in Congolese territory under the control of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC).

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20:30 GMT 24.11.2022 (Updated: 20:55 GMT 24.11.2022)

On Thursday the rebel group announced that they were not concerned by the call for ceasefire in Luanda and called for a “direct dialogue” with the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, as they were not present during the Luanda mini-summit.

On Thursday the M23 rebel group announced that they were “not concerned” about the joint mini summit in Luanda, Angola, during which leaders in the East African region asked the rebel group to halt attacks and withdraw from conquered areas.

It was the first ever joint “mini” summit between the East African Community and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) in Luanda, to focus on the Congo crisis.

“M23 has seen the document on social media… There was nobody in the summit (from M23) so it doesn’t really concern us,” Lawrence Kanyuka, a political spokesman for the M23 movement, told AFP.

“Normally when there is a ceasefire it is between the two warring sides,” he added.

The Luanda summit concluded with the decision to cease hostilities in the DRC beginning on Friday evening by engaging in a disarmament and cantonment of the M23 in Congolese territory under the control of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC).

 

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