The Prosecutor General of Rwanda Martin Ngoga on Thursday accused Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia of “doing nothing” to arrest genocide suspects living on their territory.
“Despite reiterated requests for legal procedures to be engaged, nothing has been done”, Mr. Ngoga told Hirondelle News Agency on the phone from Kigali.
He underlined that the three countries « that shelter many genocidaires” did not react to the indictments transmitted by the Rwandan prosecution.
Mr. Ngoga regretted “such inaction from African countries at a time when Western countries seem to be finally willing to put an end to the genocidaires’ impunity”.
The three countries cited had already been criticized for their lack of cooperation in April 2009 in a report from the Human Rights organization African Rights.