Rwanda, Uganda Continue Attempts at Peace
Rwanda and Uganda have been joined by a team from Angola and DR Congo, which are both playing a pivotal role to help the two countries come up with a solution to end the ongoing impasse in relations. In an August 2019 Luanda agreement, Rwanda President Paul Kagame and counterpart Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, committed to working to normalize relations, which deteriorated after complaints that Rwandans were being arrested by Ugandan authorities.
Rwanda and Uganda Warm Up to Each Other
East African, 16 September 2019
Rwanda and Uganda are committed to implementing the agreement signed in August in Luanda to ease tension between them, government officials from both countries said Monday. Read more »
Rwanda, Uganda Peace Talks Underway in Kigali
New Times, 16 September 2019
Rwanda and Ugandan officials have on Monday morning started a one-day meeting in Kigali to come up with a solution to end the ongoing impasse in relations between the two… Read more »
Rwanda and Ugandan officials meet in Kigali.
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