From NZ Week
The Ugandan government on Wednesday set June as the deadline of the ongoing talks between the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government and M23 rebels.
Okello Oryem, Uganda’s minister of state for international affairs, told reporters here that by early or mid June the conflicting parties must have come out with a peace agreement.
“The negotiation and dialogue is going on progressively and we have decided that it needs a cutoff point, because you cannot have a dialogue that continues for ever. We hope that this dialogue between the two protagonists will be finished by June,” he said.
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