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Kagame (left) and Museveni talk at State House, Entebbe March 25.

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Rwanda President Paul Kagame has arrived in Uganda for a one-day working visit. The African Union chairman moved straight into a closed meeting with his host, President Yoweri Museveni at State House Entebbe.

The meeting is a follow up on the Addis Ababa talks of February, whose aim, according to sources, included to find a solution to the tensions between the two countries.

The visit comes four days after a historic signing of the African Free Trade Area pact in Kigali, an event that President Museveni skipped and was represented by Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa.

Forty-four African countries signed an agreement establishing a free trade area seen as vital to the continent’s economic development on Wednesday.

The creation of a free trade area — billed as the world’s largest in terms of participating countries — comes after two years of negotiations, and is one of the AU’s flagship projects for greater African integration.

The AU pact, relations and infrastructure developments are expected to be on top of agenda in today’s Kagame-Museveni talks.

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President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

President Museveni welcomes President Kagame to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

Official visit to Uganda | Kampala, 25 March 2018

 

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