The European Union on Saturday urged Rwanda to stop supporting the M23 rebel group, which has captured swathes of territory in North Kivu province in neighbouring DR Congo.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said in a statement published on Saturday that the European bloc had urged Rwanda to "stop supporting the M23 and use all means to press the M23 to comply with the decisions taken by the EAC (East African Community)" and at a November summit in Angola.
The DRC, along with the United States and several European countries, has repeatedly accused its smaller central African neighbour Rwanda of backing the M23, although Kigali denies the charge.
The Tutsi rebel group has in recent months advanced to within a few dozen kilometres of provincial capital Goma.
"It also firmly urges all states of the region to prevent the provision of any support to armed groups active in the DRC," said Borrell.
He called on Kinshasa to "take all measures necessary to protect the civilian population in its territory".
The EAC also said the group had to withdraw to the border between the DRC, Uganda and Rwanda.
However, the Congolese army promptly dubbed the Kibumba handover a "sham."
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