"We told the U.N. they should allow us to go and deal with them in Congo, because we know how to fight those criminals," Museveni said during celebrations at an airfield marking two decades since his National Resistance Movement seized power.Full report CNN Jan 26, 2006.
"They didn't listen to us," he added.
"The other day I saw (the LRA) had killed some of their people ... We are ready, if the Congolese government and the U.N. want us to deal with that issue, we shall deal with it."
He thanked the Sudanese government and former rebels of the Sudan People's Liberation Army for letting Ugandan troops operate in southern Sudan, where the LRA has hideouts.
Photo: Workers in Uganda Tuesday offload caskets holding bodies of UN peacekeepers killed in the Congo. (AFP/CNN)