Paul Kagame: "No one has an interest in a conflict" between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Paul Kagame: “No one has an interest in a conflict” between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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In an exclusive interview with France 24, Rwandan President Paul Kagame amply returned to this week’s ceasefire agreement with the Democratic Republic of the Congo in a bid to ease tensions between the two countries.

Rwandan President Paul Kagame gave an exclusive FRANCE 24 interview with our special correspondent in Kigali, Mark Perelman. while snooping Renewed tensions with the Democratic Republic of the Congo The neighbor raises fears of an open conflict between the two countries, as Paul Kagame sees progress in his meeting with Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi, on July 6, and believes that “no one is interested in the conflict.”

In response to US allegations that Rwandan forces are active in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Paul Kagame He said he was “surprised” to see that “everyone” is so quick to blame Rwanda, while remaining silent about “other problems” that have plagued the region “for 25 years”.

The Rwandan president has particularly criticized the work of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), an armed group formed in the DRC in 2000, that defends the interests of Rwandan Hutu refugees in the DRC, and opposes the presidency of the DRC. Paul Kagame. Asked about the next elections scheduled for 2024, he said, “Consider running for another 20 years.”

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