La Monusco au Congo jusqu’en 2035 ?

C’est ce qui ressort de courriers qu’elle a envoyés, alors que Kinshasa veut son départ, après quinze ans de présence.

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, people carry bags of charcoal on their bikes as they go down a hill in Mweso, Democratic Republic of Congo. Many hope the elimination of the FDLR will create stability not only in eastern Congo but in Rwanda, where the government has long been accused of backing rebels who fight the FDLR. The FDLR, though, also have become an integral part of the region's economy, running the illegal charcoal trade that provides thousands of households with fuel to cook and heat their homes despite causing deforestation. (AP Photo/Melanie Gouby)
In this photo taken on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, people carry bags of charcoal on their bikes as they go down a hill in Mweso, Democratic Republic of Congo. Many hope the elimination of the FDLR will create stability not only in eastern Congo but in Rwanda, where the government has long been accused of backing rebels who fight the FDLR. The FDLR, though, also have become an integral part of the region's economy, running the illegal charcoal trade that provides thousands of households with fuel to cook and heat their homes despite causing deforestation. (AP Photo/Melanie Gouby) ©AP
Marie-France Cros
La Monusco (Mission de l’Onu pour la stabilisation du Congo) restera-t-elle au Congo jusqu’en 2035 ? C’est...

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