Goma, DRC: ICG alerts

The International Crisis Group alerts on the situation in Goma and calls for responsibility to avoid a new war.

Here is the report.


DR Congo’s Goma: Avoiding a New Regional War

Brussels/Nairobi, 20 November 2012: The east Congolese city of Goma and its key airport have reportedly fallen after heavy fighting to the M23 rebel group. Regional and international actors must now prevent this turning into a new regional war.
The past week has shown history repeating itself in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), with the same tragic consequences for civilians in the region (see Crisis Group briefing from 4 October for background).

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"Long-term solutions will require that the UN Security Council, AU and ICGLR ensure that peace agreements and that stabilisation plans no longer remain empty promises. To achieve this, coordinated and unequivocal pressure on the Congolese government and the M23 rebel movement, as well as the latter’s external supporters, is required from international donors and regional actors".

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