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The agreement was signed at the sideline of the ongoing 14th Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) meeting in Kampala, Uganda as it entered its fifth day.
According to the pact, the two forces will cooperate mainly in “capacity building of different forms, exchange of Police information and best practices, and close collaboration in other areas that have relevance to security.”
The agreement cements the already existing cooperation between the two forces.
Present at the signing was Rwanda’s Minister of Internal Security, Sheikh Musa Fazil Harelimana and Mulegeta Wuletaw, Ethiopia’s State Minister for Federal Affairs.
Others present during the signing were Rwanda’s High Commissioner to Uganda, Maj Gen. Frank Mugambage, the Ambassador of Ethiopia to Uganda, Buia Degfie, the Deputy Secretary General of the East African Community (EAC) and senior police officers from the two countries.