Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni said Monday improvement in road infrastructure with DR Congo was a step to boost bilateral trade and social ties and to enhance security cooperation between the two states, local media reported.

Museveni’s remarks came after a two-day visit of DR Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi to Uganda started on Saturday, during which the two leaders witnessed signing of memoranda of understanding on infrastructure, security and tourism, according to Uganda’s State House.

The visit’s agenda also included Tshisekedi’s attendance to the first ever Uganda-DRC Business Forum hosted by Uganda, according to The East African website.

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