DRC Communications Minister Patrick Muyaya on the war in his country and Rwanda’s role in the conflict.
Continuing fighting in the resource-rich Democratic Republic of Congo, between the army and the Mouvement du 23 Mars, or M23, has left hundreds dead and millions displaced in the country’s eastern provinces. .
The DRC government blames neighboring Rwanda for supporting the M23, an allegation Kigali has denied, despite evidence recorded by the United Nations and Human Rights Watch and others.
As fighting intensifies, many fear the conflict could escalate into a war between the two countries.
So what’s in store for the Congolese people? And is there a path towards peace?
ABOVE UpFrontDRC Communications Minister and government spokesman, Patrick Muyaya, joins Marc Lamont Hill to discuss the conflict in his country and address concerns in the region that the war could spread to the border of the DRC.