President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his counterpart His Excellency, President Salva Kiir, of South Sudan, have met for High-Level Talks at State House-Entebbe.
The two leaders discussed matters of mutual interest, fostering a strong bond between these two nations.
They discussed bilateral cooperation and strategies to enhance border security—a crucial aspect of regional stability. The leaders expressed their commitment to further strengthening the ties that bind their countries and fostering peace and security along their shared border.
The meeting was attended by dignitaries from both sides. Representing Uganda was the Honorable Henry Okello Oryem, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador Joseph Ocwet, Director General of External Security Organization (ESO).
The South Sudanese delegation featured prominent figures such as Simon Juach Deng the Head of Mission of the Embassy of South Sudan in Kampala, Uganda, Honorable Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Minister of Presidential Affairs, Honorable Dr Martin Elia Lomuro, Minister of Cabinet Affairs, and Honorable Dr James Pitia Morgan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, among other esteemed members.