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From Garowe Online (Garowe, Somalia):
3 October 2010
Uganda government vowed to remove their troops from Somalia after UN accuses Ugandan forces of participating in the attacks and recommends that the international community seeks to prosecute those responsible, Radio Garowe reports.
“The reports released by U.N will interfere about the peacekeeping process done by Ugandan soldier in internally or externally, it may lead us remove our troops from chaotic country, Somalia,” Uganda Interior Minister, Sam Kutesa told the reporters.
Kutesa urged that Ugandan government may eliminate their 4500 soldier in Somali capital of Mogadishu.
The United Nations released a report on Friday documenting hundreds of atrocities in the former Zaire between 1993 and 2003.
The report accused Uganda of massacre and torture of civilians, warned it could review the attendance of its 4,300 troops in Somalia as part of an African Union contingent.
Uganda and Burundi are the only countries that have contributed troops to the African Union peacekeeping mission in war-torn Somalia.
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