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Loopholes in Kampala system favour Rwandan fugitives-Min. Kutesa

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By Robert Mugabe

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Min. Mushikiwabo and Kutesa after the signing of the accord

The visiting Uganda Foreign Affairs Minister, Sam Kutesa says Ugandan security systems are weak, giving way for Rwandan fugitives to go through.

Kutesa, however, said Rwandan fugitives are not necessarily helped by his government agents.

”Uganda’s foreign policy is clear. It states that Uganda can’t be used by some people to destabilize the neighboring state in the region,” Kutesa said in a press conference in Kigali.

Kutesa is heading a delegation ahead of President Yoweli Museveni’s arrival in Kigali for a four-days working visit.

Kutesa later defended his government that people who acquire Uganda passports, get them through informal channels.

Speaking alongside his counterpart, Louse Mushikiwabo, added that Uganda is working on strengthening is security system.

“No system is perfect in the whole world. We vowed not to host any individuals or a group who would think of destabilizing our neighbors,” Mushikiwabo said.

The two countries discussed priority areas of cooperation, including Defense and security, cross boarder trade, infrastructure and energy, education and research, ICT, Agriculture and food security, governance and international cooperation.

President Museveni, who will come with first Lady Janet Museveni, is expected to cement the agreements discussed.

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