"The relationship between Uganda and Rwanda is beyond normal state to state relations.
The relationship between Uganda and Rwanda is beyond normal state to state relations.
But during the Luanda summit in February, it was agreed that the two nations release prisoners being held in their countries, refrain from interference in each other's affairs, protect the Human rights of citizens of both Uganda and Rwanda and continuation of the activities of the Ad-Hoc commission, as a mechanism for monitoring the implementation of the process.
Kagame sacks minister
Across the border, Rwanda's President Paul Kagame recently dismissed from Cabinet, Ambassador Olivier Nduhungirehe, the country's Foreign Affairs Minister who Ugandan observers felt was undermining the relationship between the two countries.
President Museveni on April 27 exercised the powers given to him under article 121 of the 1995 Constitution to pardon 833 prisoners around the country - including Rwandans.