Second Rwanda-Uganda meet on implementation of Luanda agreements due in Kampala

By IGIHE
On 13 December 2019 at 02:01

Today, December 13th, 2019, a delegation of high-ranking officials from Rwanda will travel to Kampala, Uganda to discuss the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed in Angola, Luanda in August, 2019.

The memorandum was signed on August 21st,2019 in a bid to solve conflicts between Rwanda and Uganda and was followed by a meeting to review the implementation of the Luanda Agreement that brought together ministers of foreign affairs in both countries, ministers of defense and security as well as investigation bureaus.

The meeting to evaluate the implementation of Luanda agreements was supposed to happen in November 2019 but it was postponed to December.

This Friday, a delegation of Rwandan Government officials will head to Uganda to discuss the implementation of the agreement.

One of the topics that will be discussed in the meeting includes numerous Rwandans who were illegally imprisoned in Uganda and were not brought to justice to respond to alleged crimes.

Arrested Rwandans were beaten and tortured and some were chased back to Rwanda including those who had established businesses and built homes in Uganda.

That point in the agreement states Rwanda gave a list of Rwandans detained in Uganda and Uganda accepted to try them in court and release those who were unjustifiably arrested.

Arrested Rwandans were beaten and tortured and some were chased back to Rwanda including those who had established businesses and built homes in Uganda.

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