Uganda, Ethiopia to undertake joint projects
Uganda has pledged to work with Ethiopia to undertake major projects in various sectors of the economy to lift millions of citizens of the two countries out of poverty.
The state minister for Regional Corporation, Asuman Kiyingi, said that Uganda plans to enter into a number of bilateral agreements with Ethiopia to enhance partnerships between the two countries in areas of education, agriculture, health, power generation, tourism, water and environment among others.
The bilateral agreements, the minister said would help the two countries to share resources based on comparative advantage. Kiyingi noted that Uganda and Ethiopia need to work together to eliminate drug trafficking, human trafficking, terrorism and insecurity.