President Museveni has come out to mop away the rumors that have been permeating claiming that Rwanda and Uganda are not in good terms.
Museveni failed to join other African countries at the African union summit in Rwanda last week. It is in this summit that resulted into the signing of the African Continental Free Trade Area by 44 AU member countries.
The signing of this treaty created way for one African Market.
Despite of Museveni failing to go to Rwanda for the AU Summit, his counterpart and the AU chairman paul kagame visited Uganda on Sunday to brief him of what they really discussed.
The two leaders Museveni and Kagame held bilateral talks at State house in Entebbe.
They also talked about railway line works, electricity supply, airline operations and security between the two countries and the region.
Kaguta said: “There was no fundamental conflict between Rwanda and Uganda. The security agencies of the two countries must cooperate and make use of technology to solve security matters.
“It’s beneficial for Rwanda and Uganda to work together cooperate in areas like trade and infrastructural development as a way of fostering Uganda-Rwanda relations,” Museveni added.
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