Rwanda: President Kagame Holds Bilateral Talks With President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda

Entebbe 25 March, 2018- President Kagame today held talks with President Yoweri Museveni in Entebbe during a one-day official visit to Uganda.

The two Heads of State discussed a wide range of bilateral, regional and international issues. They took note of the friendship and mutually beneficial co-operation between Rwanda and Uganda and reiterated their commitment to further strengthen existing ties.

President Museveni congratulated President Kagame, the Government and the people of Rwanda for successfully hosting the recently concluded African Union summit, during which 44 member states signed an agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area, and 27 signed on to the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons.

The two Heads of State reiterated their commitment to the economic integration of Africa, as well as to accelerating industrialization and the development of regional and continental infrastructure, to improve the lives of the peoples of the continent.

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