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Rwanda, Uganda reach new resolutions for security cooperation

By IGIHE
On 17 mai 2022 at 05:45

The Government of Rwanda and Uganda have reached new resolutions for cooperation in a bid to strengthen efforts aimed at restoring bilateral relations that had deteriorated for long.

The move has been announced by Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations and Commander of Land Forces of the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) via Twitter handle.

Lt Gen Muhoozi made the revelation on Monday 16th May 2022 following discussions with Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) delegation led by the Head of Defence Intelligence, Brig Gen Vincent Nyakarundi.

“After 4 days of fruitful deliberations we have reached good resolutions on how to work together. Once again, I thank our two great Presidents Kaguta Museveni and Paul Kagame on revitalising our strong alliance ! Viva UPDF ! Viva RDF !”

On the fourth day of discussions on Monday 16th May 2022, it was reported that Sgt Major Robert Kabera was arrested. He had fled Rwanda to Uganda in 2020.

Sources reveal that Sgt Maj Robert who fled Rwanda after he was suspected of defiling 15-year daughter might be deported to Rwanda to face justice.

Rwanda's delegation was led by the Head of Defence Intelligence, Brig Gen Vincent Nyakarundi.
Rwanda and Uganda have reached new resolutions for security cooperation.
Delegates from both countries in a group photo.

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