Entebbe, Uganda — Uganda and Rwanda have agreed to investigate recent incidents that have reportedly soured relations between the two countries.
President Yoweri Museven told a press conference that Sunday's talks were positive. "We have discussed many things ranging from Infrastructure, transportation, economy and security, and we have agreed 100% on all aspects," he said.
Museveni added that, "On security matters, there is no fundamental problem between Rwanda and Uganda. A number of incidents that are being commented about in the media, many would be properly addressed if only there was better communication. We have phones, we should talk more."
Kagame said the talks ranged from local to continental issues.
"I can say with great satisfaction that we were able to agree on a number of important things for the benefit of our countries and region. Better communication, working together more deeply and sharing facts regularly will allow us to take better decisions," visiting President Paul Kagame said.
On claims of unfair treatment of Ugandan nationals in Rwanda, President Kagame said," Many things are said, sometimes out of context. We have agreed that relevant institutions on both sides should swiftly get together and get to the bottom of each specific allegation."