An east African regional drive will intervene towards the M23 in case of non-compliance with the ceasefire, the assertion stated.
It was signed by the leaders of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi and Angola, and by former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, who all attended a mini summit in Luanda on Wednesday geared toward discovering options to the east Congo disaster.
Congo accuses neighbouring Rwanda of backing the M23, which Rwanda has denied. An M23 spokesperson was not instantly accessible for remark.
(Writing by Nellie Peyton; Enhancing by Jonathan Oatis and Sandra Maler.)