President Kagame of Rwanda should be put to task on the instability of Congo by engineering, facilitating and financing M23. There are enough evidence and he must not be left to get away with it.
This will serve as a measure of discipline to those of like minded who lack idea of good governance with just rule of law, but believe in the jungle rule of theft, massacre, invasion with illegal occupation of land through land grabbing to get rich quick.
Lack of wisdom with inability to be responsible drive people to hopelessness without focus for sustainability drive. Because of this, Kagame have created too many enemies for himself because of acting stupid........He will only realize his stupidity and foolishness once he is commissioned to face justice at the ICC Hague.
I feel sorry for Kagame, because, one way or the other, the world must unite with the people of Congo for justice to be doneand the spirit of reconcilliation to begin to reconcile the broken hearted, so life can be of meaning and people to begin to plant seeds for happiness, putting behind their torment, pain and sufferings for the sake of a better future........
Confederation Council Foundation for Africa Inc.,
UN says Rwanda troops help DR Congo rebels: envoys
Rwanda has repeatedly denied charges that it backs the M23 rebels, who occupied the city of Goma in eastern DR Congo for 10 days last November.
But as fresh fighting flared in the resource-rich region, assistant UN secretary general Edmond Mulet told the Security Council that Rwandan soldiers had assisted the fighters, according to diplomats.
On Thursday, government forces backed by UN troops shelled rebels near Goma.
Artillery fire could be heard around Kibati north of Goma, the capital of the turbulent North Kivu province, where the DR Congo army and a newly-formed UN intervention brigade have been battling M23 rebels for a week.
As tensions ran high along the border, a Rwandan woman was killed and her baby injured in what Kigali alleged was "deliberate" cross-border shelling by the DR Congo army, the FARDC.
Mulet, however, said UN forces had witnessed M23 rebels firing artillery from into neighbouring Rwanda, according to the diplomats.
"MONUSCO has not witnessed any shelling by the FARDC into Rwanda. These are areas where FARDC are not present," Mulet was quoted as saying.
UN leader Ban Ki-moon had telephoned Rwanda's President Paul Kagame to urge "restraint" over the mounting tensions in eastern DR Congo, Mulet told the closed Security Council meeting, according to diplomats.
A UN soldier from Tanzania was killed in the fighting on Wednesday, and three South African soldiers have been hurt in the clashes.
The M23 rebels have emerged as one of the most formidable forces operating in the DR Congo's east. They accuse the Kinshasa government of reneging on a 2009 peace pact and a deal to hold direct talks, and have threatened to attack Goma again.
Rwanda -- a temporary Security Council member -- has blocked a bid to impose UN sanctions on two M23 leaders as well as a council press statement condemning the death of the Tanzanian peacekeeper, diplomats said.
Rwandan Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo issued a furious statement condemning the DR Congo army, accused of firing on Rwanda and supporting Hutu rebels involved in the Rwandan genocide of 1994.