FMU president Jack Wavamunno will come face to face with AAU president Rogers Ddungu at the motor sport world governing body, FIA general assembly in Paris, France October 2.
A bitter power struggle between the two bodies last year came close to killing the popular sport.
Wavamunno will be attending the assembly for the first time since FMU took over FIA sporting powers previously held by AAU.
The FMU president is not troubled by AAUâ€™s presence at the assembly.
â€œWe have our vote on the sporting side and they (AAU) are on the touring side with their vote,â€ Wavamunno said.
FMU has a slot for two delegates at the assembly but due to lack of funds, Wavamunno will travel alone.
On August 26, FIA issued a long agenda with 26 items.
FMU, AAU Bosses For FIA Meet