Today's meeting was a culmination of a series of meetings held in Luanda, Angola, and Kigali by different delegations.
First to arrive at the venue was Museveni while his three counterparts led by Kagame arrived minutes later. All leaders came by road.
The move comes a day after the release of 13 Rwandans detained in Uganda, after the Ugandan government released nine Rwandan citizens last month.
Expectations are high among residents at the Katuna border town ahead of the planned meeting slated to take place this Friday.
Last week Uganda and Rwanda delegations held fruitful talks during which measures for ending the impasse between the two countries were agreed upon.
“We as Uganda, we wish Rwanda the best because we have no issues with them,” Opondo said.
Last month, the leaders of both countries signed a memorandum of understanding on regional cooperation and security.
Rwanda’s state minister for Foreign Affairs in charge of the East African Community insisted they would not lift the travel advisory issued in February...
Rwanda and Uganda have had trade tensions, which culminated into Rwanda closing its border point at Gatuna
The summit is hosted by President Joao Manuel Lourenco and is attended by DR Congo President Felix Tshisekedi, Rwanda President Paul Kagame and President...
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