After whole four years, President Yoweri Museveni and Paul Kagame have finally agreed on a joint regional peace and stability.
Both teams held a private meeting on the sidelines of the first son and commander of land forces, Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s 48th birthday state dinner.
According to the Entebbe State House sources, the heds finally agreed to push for joint regional peace and stability; first, they addressed the sitar in the DR of Congo (DRC).
DR of Congo recently joined the East African Community Block.
As per the presidential press team, who revealed via a statement that the two leaders today held a bilateral meeting over a range of issues at the State House Entebbe, in which their main concern discussed topic was regional peace, stability.
Kagame visited Uganda on a private visit at the invitation of Museveni.
He arrived at Plot 01, Kagame, who was in Uganda for a day visit only; he was attended by Museveni, First Lady Janet Museveni and the first son.
Museveni not only welcomed Kagame to Uganda but also stated that the problems affecting the region, like the crisis in Congo, need a collective approach from all regional members.
According to Museveni, this is the high time to work together because these people have suffered a lot; even I told President Kenyatta that Congo might become like Sudan if we don’t come as a region.
During his remarks, Kagame stated that the Congolese problems should not be the responsibility of others and stated that all the leaders and parties must need to sort out the crisis once and for all.
Furthermore, they added that they need to talk without leaving anyone behind.
As per the Presidential team press, Museveni also updated President Kagame on their discussions in Nairobi, Kenya, between the Government of Congo and the M23 rebels in the recent clashes.
After that, Museveni was with the First Lady and Minister of Education, and Sports Kataaha Museveni hosted Kagame at dinner as an honour of Muhoozi.
President Kagame last time visited Uganda in March 2018. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba is credited for his role in reviving the Uganda – Rwanda relations.