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“Kabila and Kagame made cautious speeches and the meeting organized by Ban Ki-moon apparently did not lead to anything,” he said. “And there was some kind of diplomatic incident — when the Belgian foreign affairs minister mentioned Rwandan support for the rebellion, Kagame left the room.”
In fact, it is not clear whether the Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders mentioned Rwanda by name in this context at this meeting, but Belgium and a number of other countries have already expressed their disapproval for Kigali’s alleged role in the Congo rebellion.
Rwanda has repeatedly denied supporting M23. And the Rwandan delegation in New York denied that President Kagame’s walkout was a diplomatic incident, saying he just had another meeting to go to.
Sources says attention will now turn to possible U.N. sanctions against Rwanda.
“They’re waiting for the decision of the U.N. about the sanctions committee. There were discussions in August and now they have to decide if they want to put the names of the officials in the experts’ report on the sanctions list,” he said.