Rwandan President Paul Kagame has stated that his country will no longer accept
refugees fleeing turmoil in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Decades of insecurity in the country’s east have driven tens of thousands of people
across the border into Rwanda.
He claimed that the rest of the world had entirely missed the point when it came to the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In his opinion, the main threat to security is what he refers to as the remnants of Hutu extremist forces who attempted to wipe out his Tutsi ethnic group during the 1994 genocide.
Rwanda is accused of supporting the M23 rebel group, something it has always denied.
In recent months, the rebel group has conquered large swaths of land, driving tens of thousands of people across the border into Rwanda.