The Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa will lead a Ugandan delegation to Rwanda to discuss implementation of the Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in Angola’s capital, Luanda between Uganda and Rwanda.
Last month, the President of Angola His Excellency Joao Manuel Lourenco hosted the quadripartite summit as part of the continuation of the dialogue process aimed at finding a lasting solution to the differences between Rwanda and Uganda.
Museveni and Kagame signed an MoU and agreed to bring to an end tensions between the two neighbouring countries that saw the closure of the boarder in March this year.
In the agreement, the two presidents agreed on establishing an Ad Hoc Commission for the Implementation of the MoU.
Now according to a statement from the Uganda Media Centre that has been accessed by this website, Kutesa will lead Uganda’s delegation to the Ad Hoc meeting that is expected to discus the implementation of the MoU.
The meeting will be held in Kigali, Rwanda on Monday September 16, 2019.
In July this year, the two heads of state, Museveni and Kagame discussed security issues on the borders of the two countries including relations between Uganda and Rwanda.
They also discussed the Ebola epidemic in the DR Congo and committed to work together to prevent the spread of the epidemic.