Over the weekend, the foreign ministers of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda pledged to “maintain political dialogue”.
They met in Angola in order to obtain a de-escalation of hostilities in eastern Congo.
Kinshasa maintains that Kigali supports the M23 rebels.
The two ministers also agreed to define "a timetable to accelerate the implementation of the roadmap" adopted last July in Luanda and enshrining a ceasefire and a cessation of hostilities.
On the ground, the humanitarian situation of displaced people is catastrophic, as explained by Baptiste Thouzeau, logistics manager for Medecins Sans Frontière in Goma.