Saturday, December 6, 2008

FDLR Asks for Dialogue

More evidence the agreement between the Rwandan and Congolese governments to hunt down the FDLR in eastern Congo is for real: the FDLR is now urging renewed dialogue with the two governments to settle their differences. "The two countries have the right to cooperate for their security, but it is essential to negotiate," said FDLR spokesman lieutenant-colonel Garambe.

"To proceed immediately to a military solution is hasty; we don't resolve insecurity by creating more insecurity," he said, adding that the FDLR was capable of defending itself. "We are a military force, we have weapons."

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