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Uganda, Rwanda Police Forces Move to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Uganda Police IGP, Gen. Kale Kayihura (L) with Rwanda Police IGP, Emmanuel Gasana (R) during the meeting

At Rwanda National Police (RNP) headquarters on Thursday, website like this http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php Rwanda police along with Uganda police bosses met and discussed on bilateral ties following a previous meeting between both forces in Mbarara.

On the agenda, sickness http://danielpyne.com/wp-includes/class-wp-error.php cooperations on the memorandum of understandings were agreed on, including interception of criminal networks, cross boarder crimes among other factors.

Uganda Police Director of Interpol, Asan Kasingye (in Uniform) with Uganda Police spokesperson Felix Kaweesi in Rwanda on Thursday

Uganda Police Director of Interpol, Asan Kasingye (in Uniform) with Uganda Police spokesperson Felix Kaweesi in Rwanda on Thursday

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Uganda’s IGP Gen Kale Kayihura in his remarks said Uganda Police is looking forward to strengthening ties with RNP in different aspects where both forces will cooperate in solving challenges faced by both sides.

He added among the problems Uganda and Rwanda police will tackle on regulating and monitoring the to and fro movement of people and goods via boarders, a problem of hackers and how to encounter cybercrimes to prevent cyber security breaches, timely exchange of information and intelligence on criminal syndicates.

Rwanda IGP Emmanuel Gasana said Uganda Police and RNP have been cooperating in different aspects by sharing information and deporting criminals and stolen goods

Uganda Police an RNP officers pose for a group photo after the meeting

Uganda Police an RNP officers pose for a group photo after the meeting

Speaking to ChimpReports, Uganda Police Director of Interpol Asan Kasingye said these MoU’s are very important because they will strengthen both countries security wise, and contribute to the development of both countries by controlling crimes across the 2 countries

16 criminals were deported in Rwanda since 2016 as Rwanda also retrieved stolen cars that were stolen from Uganda.

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