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Museveni, Kagame discuss regional peace cooperation

By Melanie Aanyu,

Presidents Yoweri Museveni and Paul Kagame of Rwanda have agreed to push for joint regional peace and stability.

The two held a private meeting on the sidelines of first son and commander land forces, Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s 48th birthday state dinner.

Sources at the Entebbe State House said that the two heads of state agreed to push for joint regional peace and stability, with first of all addressing the sitar in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

DRC recently joined the East African Community Block.

Kagame is in Uganda on a private visit at the invitation of Museveni.

On Arrival at Plot 01, Kagame who is in Uganda for a one-day private visit was received by Museveni, First Lady Janet Museveni and the first son.

Museveni welcomed Kagame to Uganda and said that the problems affecting the region like the crisis in Congo needs collective approach from all regional members.

In his remarks, Kagame said that the Congolese problem should not be a responsibility for others and said that leaders and all parties must talk to solve the crisis once and for all.