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Vol 44 No 10

Published 16th May 2003


Rwanda

High dudgeon summit

None of the three main players brimmed with confidence about better Rwandan-Ugandan relations after their mini-summit at Britain's Lancaster House on 8 May. No new measures were agreed to verify claims that each neighbour is training rebel militias to fight the other, or whether they continue to arm militias in eastern Congo-Kinshasa, and neither government would face sanctions whatever was said or found.Congo would bear the brunt of any new Rwandan-Ugandan flare-up.

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