Museveni and Kabila Meets over ADF Bandits, Resolve to Share Intelligence to Crumble the Rebel Group

KINSHASHA: Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni on Thursday 4th August 2016 met his counterpart the President of Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) Joseph Kabila over Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) which remain a security threat to both countries.

The two leaders resolved the need to share intelligence in order to crumble the rebel activities threating the security of the two neighbor countries.

Uganda president Museveni stressed that he is ready as usual to deploy Uganda’s Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) to join the fight against the remnants of ADF rebels usually found in the east of the DRC.

President Museveni hailed Kabila efforts in engaging Uganda to significantly contribute to eradication of rebel threat in eastern DR Congo.

The two leaders spoke on the sidelines of bilateral talks between the two countries where issues of discussed cross-border trade and tourism were discussed in lengthy

ADF rebel group has been fighting in eastern DRC since 1995. The rebels responsible for several likkings are opposed to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni leadership.

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