President Paul Kagame on Sunday travelled to Uganda for a one-day official visit where he held talks with his counterpart President Yoweri Museveni.
The two leaders discussed a wide range of bilateral relations, regional and international issues according to a press statement. They took note of the friendship and mutually beneficial co-operation between Rwanda and Uganda and reiterated their commitment to further strengthen existing ties.
During a joint press conference, President Museveni blamed the bad relations between the two neighbours on poor communication. He said there was no fundamental problem between Rwandaand Uganda.
President Kagame on his part emphasised the need for the two countries to work together.
President Museveni congratulated President Kagame for assuming Chairmanship of the African Union and for successfully hosting the recently concluded the tenth Extra Ordinary Summit of African Union that saw 44 member states endorse the African Continental Free Trade Area.