By Andrew Irumba
Kigali: The agenda indicating matters to be discussed at the ongoing peace talks between Uganda and Rwanda governments in Kigali, has been leaked by our spy attending the dialogue, although the media will be kicked out of the whole main discussion that will soon be water tight security,atleast our spy has learnt.
According to a document seen by Spy Uganda reporter, there are two sessions for the First Meeting of the Ad-hoc Commission for the Luanda Memorandum of Understanding between Rwanda and Uganda.
The first session is open to journalists, while the second one is closed and will be tightly protected,only meant to be attended by the Ugandan delegation led by Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kahamba Kuteesa and the Rwandan delegation.
Here below is the agenda:
The meeting is aimed at solving the diplomatic impasse between Uganda and Rwanda which culminated into the closure of the latter’s borders that has dragged for months now.
It should be remembered that recently presidents Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and Paul Kagame of Rwanda met in Luanda Angola and penned down ‘ceaze fire’ agreement that would culminate into the opening of the Rwanda boarder which has been closed for months to allow the counties reminisce the old brotherly tires they’ve enjoyed for decades.
Rwanda accused Uganda of arresting its citizens illegally and detaining them in illegal detention facilities without charges and trial, among others, all of which Ugandan authorities denied. Rwanda then responded by closing its boarders.