Speaking on Radio Rwanda, General Prosecutor Martin Ngoga declared that "African countries are the ones which cooperate the less. This situation should change".
Kigali hosted from August 10 to 12 the sixth annual Africa Prosecutors Association's conference. According to Martin Ngoga, it was an occasion for Rwanda's prosecution to "show its counterparts the real number of genocide suspects living in their countries".
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is still searching nine genocide suspects, while Rwandan Justice has issued warrant arrests against dozens of Rwandan who allegedly committed genocide.
Kigali's APA conference also worked on transnational organized crime, crimes against vulnerable groups and trafficking in persons.
APA was created in Durban (South Africa) in 2003.
© Agence Hirondelle