The Governments of Uganda and Sudan have agreed to jointly work together to implement all the decisions reached to by the two respective Presidents during the recently concluded interactions.
Among the agreed on positions between Uganda and Sudan; is seeing that the Democratic Republic of Congo holds peaceful elections of their new Government, Support the Re-union of Ethiopia and Eritrea and maintain Peace and Security in the region and also give support to South Sudan Peace Agreement that was reached to.
The Positions were reached to during a meeting between the Assistant Under –Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan, Ambassador Iiham Ibrahim Mohamed Ahmed who paid a visit to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador, Patrick Mugoya on Tuesday evening at Foreign Affairs Headquarters in Kampala.
On her part, the Under-Secretary from Sudan promised to work very closely with the Government of Uganda to strengthen the Relations between the two Countries.
Sudan and Uganda had for decades fought in proxy wars, missing opportunities of working together to realise regional stability and common prosperity.
Ambassador Mugoya said that it was a great opportunity between the two countries to improve Political, Economic and Social status of the people of Uganda and Sudan via Improved Peace and Security in the whole region.
The meeting was also attended by Sudanese Ambassador Abdel Bali H Kabir and Uganda’s Ambassador to Sudan James Kinobe.
Uganda and Sudan will today Friday start negotiating areas of Cooperation and signing of a Joint Ministerial Commission Memorandum of Understanding at a resort in Kampala.