Uganda, Egypt sign agreement on intelligence sharing to fight terrorism

Egypt and Uganda have signed a memorandum of understanding on intelligence sharing to fight in eastern and northern .

Abel Kandiho, Uganda’s intelligence chief, said the agreement would see both countries share resourceful intelligence on a regular basis.

He described resourceful intelligence as a crucial ingredient in combating and other crimes.

Sameh Saber El-Degwi, head of an Egyptian delegation currently in Uganda, underscored the importance of cooperation between the two sides in tackling terror.

The Egyptian delegation is in Uganda for a four-day visit. (Xinhua/)

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