Governments to Address Cross Border Security Threats in East Africa

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As part of efforts to ensure the security of lives and properties in the East African region, the governments of Uganda and Rwanda have met to discuss issues regarding cross border threats and inter-state trade between the countries.

The meeting was held between the local administration leaders and security officials of Nyagatare district of Rwanda and Kabale in Uganda over issues of cross border securities.

Parties present agreed to various strategies towards curbing all illegal activities that are carried out around the cross-border.

Apart from putting an end to such activities, the officials have also decided to work towards fighting crime and protect laws that govern the movement of people across borders.

Present at the meeting was the District Police Commander, Chief Supt. Johnson Sesonga, Inspector of Police (IP) Richard Bagumire, the officer in charge of Kamwezi Police Station (Uganda) and a few others.