viagra sale http://dancehallarena.com/wp-includes/cron.php geneva; font-size: small;”>According to Uganda’s Ambassador to Rwanda, sales Richard Kabonero, MONUSCO has been asked to occupy and provide security in the neutral zone between Goma and the new areas occupied by M23.
At Goma airport, a meeting chaired by President Yoweri Museveni resolved to deploy a composite force of three companies including a neutral force. FARDC (Congolese Forces) and M23 will contribute to the formation of two other units.
“This process shall be supervised by Chiefs of Defence staff of Rwanda, DRC and led by Chief of Defence Forces of Uganda,” Kabonero said on Twitter.
In Goma town, said Kabonero, Presidents agreed to deploy one battalion of FARDC and DRC national police.
“The police that were disarmed by M23 will be re-armed to resume duty.”
The M23 were instructed to stop expanding the war forthwith and stop talk of overthrowing an elected government.
They had earlier threatened to attack Kinshasha with the view to topple President Kabila.
Some of the Presidents attending the function aimed at finding a lasting solution to the security crisis in DRC include Yoweri Museveni, DRC’s Joseph Kabila, Kenya’s Mwai Kibaki, Tanzania’s Jakaya Kikwete, South African leader Dr Jacob Zuma and other leaders of delegations.
Chimpreports understands Kagame spent the better part of Saturday morning interacting with thousands of residents of Masaka Sector in Rwanda during the monthly Umuganda, a mandatory community service day from 8:00am to 11:00am, on the last Saturday of each month.
During a meeting at the Commonwealth Resort, Munyonyo in Kampala, the leaders further instructed M23 to stop all war activities and vacate Goma.
However, it was agreed that the DRC government must listen and resolve the grievances of M23.
“These are the decisions by the Summit regarding the end of violence and restoration of Government authority in Goma. The discussions were brutally frank and we hope the new spirit of honest evaluation of the crisis will result in a lasting solution,” said Kabonero.
During the summit, a Kikwete said “everyone mistrusts the United Nations,” adding, MONUSCO was “a force of 17,000 doing nothing.”