Is Kenyatta Brokering Peace Between Uganda, Rwanda?
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta paid a brief visit to Uganda and Rwanda amid long-running disputes between those two countries - leading many to believe that he is attempting to reconcile the two feuding neighbours. The standoff between the two countries began when Ugandan trucks had reportedly been stopped at border points, leading authorities to advise traders to travel to Rwanda via the DR Congo. The relationship between the two countries hit a new low when Kigali closed its main border.
Rwandan president Paul Kagame, left, and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni meet at State House Entebbe on March 25, 2018.
Monitor, 13 March 2019
The East African Law Society (EALS) has stepped in to reconcile feuding Uganda and Rwanda. Read more »
African Arguments, 12 March 2019
"No one can bring me to my knees," said President Kagame. "Once we mobilise, you can't survive," said President Museveni. Read more »
East African, 9 March 2019
Kigali and Kampala deny it in equal measure, but the fact is that the common border is partially closed. Read more »
Monitor, 10 March 2019
Uganda and Rwanda have more positives that far outweigh the continuing disputes between the two neighbouring countries. Read more »
The Observer reports that the Rwandan High Commissioner to Kampala, Frank Mugambage , met President Yoweri Museveni. Mugambage had several requests, including the closure of ... Read more »