Presidents Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and Rwandan Counterpart Paul Kagame are set to meet in Luanda, Angola on Friday where they are expected to discuss political and security tensions affecting the great lakes region.
The Duo was invited to Angola by President Joao Lorenco for a one day summit dubbed “The Quadripartite summit” , this meeting comes months after Rwanda and Uganda have been going through tough times with each other where the latter has accused Uganda for harboring spies aimed at disrupting Rwanda’s peace.
Earlier this year, Rwanda also closed its borders for Uganda denying Rwandans from coming into Uganda claiming their security was not guaranteed once they entered in to Uganda.
Others invited are President Felix Tshilombo Tshishekedi of DRC whose country is part of the Great Lakes Region Community by default.
DRC is viewed as a pivot in the regions security issues since it reportedly harbors ADF rebels that threaten the peace and security of both Rwanda and Uganda.
In a recent meeting between Tshishekedi and President Museveni, the Congo President vowed to crush all militants based in his country, while his Uganda counterpart pledged to work towards the peace and prosperity of both states.