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Norway Condolence from RPP IMVURAJohn V Karuranga for Salem-News.com
"...our thoughts and compassion are with the people of Norway at this very difficult and sad time".
(WASHINGTON D.C.) - H.E. Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg
The Rwanda People’s Party believes that the former Rwanda Army and the Interahamwe militias have much in common with the perpetrators of the Norway atrocities since all of them have no respect for human lives. Today, seventeen years after the Rwandan genocide, those criminals have continued to terrorize innocent Rwandan people at home, and the Congolese people in the eastern part of the DR Congo. They have continued to receive support from some countries by way of shelter, finance, military training, and supply of armaments and equipment and continue with their atrocities in defiance of the international community. Equally, seventeen years after the end of 1994 genocide, the current Rwandan government has also continued to terrorize, persecute and suffocate the Rwandan people that it is supposed to protect. The prospect for a new civil war and genocide is currently looming in Rwanda. It is just a matter of time before the eruption of a new volcano that could cost lives of over 10 million people in the Great Lakes of Nations if is erupted. It is now very evident, that Rwanda government may choose to opt violently to solve the current political impasse rather than engaging a peaceful and permanent negotiated political settlement with members of the opposition, in order to avert this impending catastrophe of civil war and genocide. Hence, the Rwanda People’s Party and the people of Rwanda, once again, wish to appeal to the international community but in particular the governments of: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, USA, UK, France, Belgium, German, Russia, Canada, Italy, Spain and as well as African countries to join the people Rwanda in their struggle for democracy and to bring to justice those responsible for genocide and crimes against humanity.
Your Excellency, our thoughts and compassion are with the people of Norway at this very difficult and sad time.
_________________________________Submitted by: Jennifer Fierberg, MSW; a correspondent, Assistant Editor, and Volunteer Coordinator for NGO News Africa through the volunteer project of the UN. Jennifer is also the media co-coordinator and senior funding executive for The Africa Global Village (www.africaglobalvillage.com)
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