Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa will lead the Ugandan delegation to Rwanda to implement the Angola Memorandum of Understanding signed between Presidents Museveni and Paul Kagame.
Government spokesperson, Ofwono Opondo, has confirmed the development saying the meeting of the Ad Hoc Commission for the implementation of the MoU will be held in Kigali, Rwanda on Monday September 16, 2019.
The officials will include ministers for foreign affairs, internal affairs and heads of intelligence.
The meeting is a follow up on the agreement signed by both countries in Luanda, Angola last month aimed at resolving the ongoing stand-off.
The Luanda agreement was facilitated by Angola and DR Congo and witnessed by Presidents João Lourenço of Angola, Félix Tshisekedi of DR Congo and President Sassou Nguesso of Congo-Brazzaville.
In the MoU, Museveni and Kagame committed to working to normalise border activity, respecting the sovereignty of each other’s and of the neighbouring countries; and refraining from actions conducive to destabilization or subversion in the territory of the other party and neighbouring countries, thereby eliminating all factors that may such perception, as well as acts such as the financing, training and infiltration of destabilizing forces.