In a meeting with the High Command, included issues of integration as a guarantor of strategic security on the continent were discussed
President Yoweri Museveni who is also the Commander in Chief of the armed forces held a meeting with the UPDF High Command at State House Entebbe on Tuesday.
The High Command, which is the top decision-making organ of the UPDF, discussed among other things the security situation in the country and expressed satisfaction with the prevailing security in the country.
Other areas of discussion included issues of integration as a guarantor of strategic security on the continent.
The meeting saluted the people of Acholi sub-region and Ugandans in general, for actively participating in the just concluded activities marking Tarehe Sita celebrations in Kitgum district.
The Commander in Chief consults the High Command on national security issues from time to time.
The High Command comprises the President as the chairperson, the minister of defence, the Chief of Defence Forces and his deputy, service commanders, Chief of Staff and division commanders among others.