ADDIS ABABA – Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed has discussed bilateral ties with Ugandan Pesident Yoweri Museveni on Sunday.
Prime Minister Abiy was in Kampala for half a day long working visit at the invitation of President Museveni.
Abiy and his delegation left Addis Ababa for Kampala, where he held talks with the President Museveni, on Sunday morning.
The duo “held discussions on strengthening bilateral ties and on regional issues of mutual concern,” said the Prime Minister Office of Ethiopia.
The two East African nations are strong trade partners and cooperate in various peace processes in the region, the President Office of Uganda
Abiy Museveni has today agreed to further strengthen cooperation in bilateral, regional and international issues of common interest, the Office added.
Following the meeting, Prime Minister Abiy expressed his appreciation to President Museveni “for a warm welcome to Uganda and important deliberations on various bilateral and regional issues”.
“I look forward to meeting again soon,” Abiy said in a message posted on his twitter page.
Binalf Andualem, Prosperity Party Office Head, and Redwan Hussain, the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, are part of the Ethiopian delegation accompanying the Prime Minister.
In the afternoon, the delegation left Uganda for Rwanda for a similar working visit.
Featured Image: Abiy and Museveni holding a one on one meeting Kampala on Sunday morning [Photo State House of Uganda]