Kenya hosts talks to finish battle in DR Congo

Richard Kagoe
Monday, November 28, 2022

Kenya has deployed troops to jap Democratic Republic of Congo to assist restore stability

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Leaders from the East Africa area are holding talks in Kenya to finish the battle in jap Democratic Republic of Congo.

In his opening speech, former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta – who’s the mediator – appealed to all sides to present peace an opportunity.

Final week, regional leaders agreed to a ceasefire after intense preventing between the DR Congo military and the M23 insurgent group in North Kivu province.

The state of affairs was reportedly calm over the weekend.

A spokesman for the rebels stated they weren’t invited to participate within the newest talks in Kenya.

DR Congo’s authorities has accused Rwanda of supporting the group – which Kigali denies.

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