‘There’s No Security Threat We Can’t Defeat’-Museveni At 10th  Great Lakes Heads of State Summit

‘There’s No Security Threat We Can’t Defeat’-Museveni At 10th  Great Lakes Heads of State Summit

By Ivan Mwine

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni  is on a working visit in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he held private talks with his counterparts Felix Tshisekedi of DR Congo and Joao Lourenco  of Congo, who he assured that Africans have capacity to defeat any security threat.

President Yoweri Museveni with H.E Felix Tshisekedi (L) and H.E Joao Lourenco

Museveni travelled to Congo to attend the 10th Great Lakes Heads of State summit and shortly before boarding the presidential jet he said on twitter thus;

“EARLIER: Leaving Entebbe for Kinshasa in DRC where I will hand over the chairmanship of the Regional Oversight Mechanism of the Peace, Security, and Cooperation Framework at the 10th Great lakes Heads of State summit.”

Presidents Yoweri Museveni (R) and Joao Lourenco during their private meeting

He later added; “The Regional Oversight Mechanism of the Peace, Security, and Cooperation Framework is a structure formed with a determination to end the cycles of conflict and violence that had characterized Africa’s Great Lakes region.  There is no security problem we can not defeat in Africa.”

Presidents Yoweri Museveni and Joao Lourenco walking with other dignitaries to the residence after the summit

Commenting about his meeting with the Angolan president, Museveni said; “I held a meeting with H.E Joao Lourenco, the President of the Republic of Angola after the Great Lakes Heads of State summit on Peace, Cooperation & Security in Kinshasa, DRC. We discussed issues of mutual interest to both nations and their people.”

“Following the conclusion of the Great Lakes Heads of State summit on Peace, Cooperation & Security in Kinshasa, DRC,  H.E Joao Lourenco and I took a walk to the residence while we held talks on different areas of coordination between our nations,” Muuseveni added.

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