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“We welcome any move bringing the two fighting factions into peace talks and in any way if Machar’s group visit was intended for dialogue, we greatly welcome it,” Bbosa told journalist at Uganda House in a weekly press briefing.
Bbosa however called on government to come up with a clear report on its engagement in South Sudan, show how many Ugandan soldiers have lost their lives and those that have survived several injuries.
This comes at a time when fighting has continued to erupt in the embattled country despite the presence of the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF).
He further condemned the continued stay of UPDF in South Sudan despite the deployment of the IGAD forces as it was earlier agreed upon.
“We don’t believe that UPDF’s presence in South Sudan is still justifiable since IGAD forces are already in the country; what is UPDF still doing there, it should withdraw its forces as promised.”