The Ad Hoc Commission on the implementation lf the Luanda MoU between Uganda and Rwanda will meet for the third time on Friday, February 15.
Foreign Affairs State Minister, who has been the leader of the Rwandan team, told Taarifa on Thursday evening that the commission will meet on Fridayat at the ministry in Kigali to “discuss the implementation of our commitments.”
The meeting, he said earlier in his tweet that, “The full implementation of our commitments is key to the success of this process.”
Tomorrow Friday 14th February 2020, the Ad Hoc Commission on the Implementation of the #LuandaMoU between @GovUganda🇺🇬 & @RwandaGov🇷🇼 will meet for the third time, at @RwandaMFA, #Kigali, #Rwanda. The full implementation of our commitments is key to the success of this process. pic.twitter.com/JhqHq8c5Oj
— Amb. Olivier J.P. Nduhungirehe (@onduhungirehe) February 13, 2020
The commission is meeting ahead of the planned meet between the two Heads of state on February 21 at Gatuna border.
President Kagame and Museveni met on February 2 in Angola in another Quadripartite Summit on Uganda- Rwanda conflic hosted by Angola and DR Congo in Luanda.
Museveni thanked Angola’s President Joao Laurenco for hosting the summit and said that, “Uganda will do its part to ensure resolutions of the summit are implemented.”
From the meeting, the two presidents agreed to meet at Gutana border.
Five key resolutions were arrived at during the meeting; release of prisoners, no support for “destabilisers”, protect citizens human rights, Ad Hoc team to continue and heads of state to meet again 21/2/2020 at Gatuna border.
Rwanda maintains it’s demand for the release of its innocent citizens incarcerated inhumanely in Uganda prisons without charges.