Belgium government says it will take time for any sanctions against Rwanda, suspected of supporting the Congolese M23 rebels said the Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.
"To this day, I do not want to take a different attitude than respect the proceedings pending before the Security Council," Didier Reynders told Belgian deputies.
Asked about a possible suspension of development aid that Belgium provides in Rwanda, Didier Reynders said that his country would not act out of a joint decision of the European countries without a position of the Security Council of the United Nations.
Head of Belgian diplomacy calls for dialogue between Rwanda and the DRC.
"Only a dialogue between Congolese and Rwandan presidents will solve the crisis," he said.
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