President Museveni on Sunday sent a message to his Rwanda counterpart which has been described as “positive” by the latter.
The Rwanda Presidency took to twitter on Sunday night and said, “President Kagame held a positive meeting with Ambassador Adonia Ayebare, President Museveni’s Special Envoy, who travelled to Kigali with a message regarding the two countries’ relationship.”
The message was delivered by the Uganda Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Mr Adonia Ayebare.
The Rwanda border with Uganda at Gatuna has been closed since February this year. Kampala accuses Kigali of slapping a trade embargo on Uganda; aggressive espionage; uprooting prominent Ugandans from the Rwandan economy.
On the other hand, Kigali accuses Uganda of supporting Rwandan rebels; arrest and harassment of Rwandan nationals and economic sabotage.