The sacking of Uganda Minister of Security Rtd. Lt.Gen. Henry Tumukunde has ushered Rwanda-Uganda relations. The proof is that Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Sunday visited President Museveni at State House Entebbe where the duo chewed words for more than two hours.This follows a long time without Kagame setting his foot in Uganda.
Museveni said security chiefs are responsible for some misunderstandings because they failed to communicate regularly what was going on
“On security matters, there is no fundamental problem between Rwanda and Uganda,” said Museveni.
“A number of incidents that are being commented about in the media, many would be properly addressed if only there was better communication. We have phones, we should talk more.” He added
Counterpart Paul Kagame has assured bilateral ties with Uganda would be tightened
“I can say with great satisfaction that we were able to agree on a number of important things for the benefit of our countries and region,” he said
“Better communication, working together more deeply and sharing facts regularly will allow us to take better decisions,” he emphasised.
Meanwhile, Rwanda had expressed concern over the role of then Security Minister Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde in the movement of Rwandan dissidents in the region.
Gen.Tumukunde was recently sacked alongside Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura.
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