All offensive language, hate speech, threats of genocide and other politically inciting language proliferated in the DR Congo must cease and must be discouraged by all parties, regional leaders emphasized on Monday, June 20.
The announcement was made by the Kenyan presidency at the end of a meeting on Monday in Nairobi of the seven members of the East African Community (EAC) devoted to the security situation in eastern DR Congo
The Democratic Republic of Congo's President headed a Supreme Defense Council late Wednesday. The government said it considered suspending all bilateral agreements with Rwanda accusing it of backing the M23 rebels.
"On the occasion of my first trip to the Congo, right here, in front of the Congolese people and those who today are still suffering, I wish to reaffirm my deepest regrets for these past wounds".- King Philippe, King of Belgium