Rwanda says it does not want to interfere in politics

Rwanda cannot in any way interfere in the internal political affairs of the Central African Republic. Our presence in the Central African Republic is part of a particular context that prevailed at the end of 2020: the situation of uncertainty that prevailed and that threatened the electoral process. And our troops cannot be there to support any individual or to interfere in the internal political affairs of the Central African Republic. Our troops are mainly based in Bangui, and their current role is not only to protect the institutions and people of Bangui and the Central African Republic, but also to support within the framework of the reform of the security sector in the Central African Republic.

Vincent Biruta, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Rwanda

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