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Rwanda Rejects a Call From President Museveni for Talks, Gives One Condition for Dialogue

Rwanda has given President Yoweri Museveni a condition in which they will agree to hold a dialogue so that they can end their bilateral row, Opera News Kenya can report.

In a report by the Uganda-based news outlet Daily Monitor, it has been reported that President Museveni had sent a letter to Rwanda around a week ago seeking a meeting for dialogue to end their bilateral row. However, it is said that Rwanda responded to Uganda that they are ready for dialogue though "not now" but once the latter stops "deporting and harassing its citizens (Rwanda)."

Rwanda further told President Museveni that the situation is expected to improve once he stops "supporting political and armed groups hostile to Rwanda and spreading false information about the two nations."

The two countries have appeared to be on bad terms over recent times with the situation escalating weeks ago when Museveni accused Rwanda of spying on them (Uganda). However, Days ago, President Museveni during an exclusive interview with France24 said that he hadn't followed up any issue of Rwanda spying on Uganda arguing that it was a waste of time.

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