Kenya and Uganda agree on plan seeking to end border dispute

Kenya and Uganda have agreed on an action plan seeking to end the dispute surrounding the boundaries between the two countries.

Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma said among the issues to be tackled include the demarcation and delineation of boundaries especially the Migingo dispute between the two countries and how to reduce tension in the area.

The CS and her Ugandan counterpart Sam Kutesa, indicated the need for both countries to strengthen their relations.

Juma also pointed out that the plan also deals with how the resource can be utilized by the residents of the two countries.

Kutesa on his part expressed confidence that the two countries will find a way to deal with the challenges facing them.

In a press briefing, the two countries further agreed to increase the number of border points between them to ensure there is ease in the movement of goods and services.

The meeting comes ahead of President Yowei Museveni’s state visit on Wednesday.

  

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