1 September 2011

Kenya And Uganda Agree On Joint Security in Migingo

Kenya and Uganda have agreed to deploy a joint security team to controversial Migingo Island. The two countries, which have been claiming ownership of the Island, will deploy 12 police officers each. The agreement was reached on Wednesday following a meeting in Kampala of the countries’ police chiefs. They agreed to adopt Standard Operating Procedures to guide joint security deployment on the island.

Source: http://allafrica.com

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