NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Rwanda's foreign minister has indicated in social media that Rwandan troops could enter Congo.
Louise Mushikiwabo said on Twitter late Thursday that Rwandan troops are not currently in Congo, and added the word "yet" in parentheses.
She also wrote: "When they are, you will know" in a Twitter message directed to the TV news outlet Al Jazeera.
Fighting from the war in eastern Congo that pits U.N. and Congolese forces against M23 rebels spilled over into Rwanda Thursday when multiple shells landed inside the country. In New York, the U.N. said the firing originated from positions held by M23.
Mushikiwabo had said earlier the shells were fired by Congo troops. She later said Rwanda doesn't care who fired the shells but only that the shelling ends.
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