President Museveni has said he has no problem with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
Museveni was speaking on Uganda-Rwanda relations in an interview with NBS TV aired on Monday night.
“We are talking with the involvement of Congo and Angola,” he said.
“We were supposed to have another meeting but coronavirus came in.”
Museveni said this was supposed to be the last meeting.
“As soon as COVID19 is done, we shall resume.”
Museveni has also sent Ambassador Adonia Ayebare to handle the matter.
“It will be sorted out. For us, we have no problem at all with Rwanda or any African country.”
In February this year, Museveni and Kagame agreed to hold another round of talks in three weeks’ time, at the Katuna border post, as they continue to seek ways of resolving sticking issues between the two countries.
The resolution was one of five that the Heads of State arrived at during the third round of talks in Luanda, Angola.
Dubbed the Quadripartite Summit, the talks are facilitated by Angola’s President Joao Lourenco, while DRC’s Felix Tshisekedi is an observer.
The last Katuna meeting resolved that both countries release duly identified nationals who are in detention of the other country, saying the lists had been exchanged between the delegations.
Also, that both countries refrain from conduct that creates the perception of support or financing of “destabilizing forces” in each other’s territory.
That each country will respect the human rights of citizens of the other parties and that the adhoc committee that was created to facilitate discussion between the two countries will continue with its work.