Uganda and the Republic of the Sudan have effectively held a joint political session committee assembly (JPCC) in Khartoum.

The major goal of the assembly was once to strengthen and reinforce bilateral cooperation within the political, financial, peace and safety cluster/ sector for the mutual advantage of each nations.

Uganda and the Sudan experience very good fraternal bilateral family members and powerful historic bonds of friendship and unity firmly anchored at the theory of Pan Africanism.

The bilateral family members between the 2 nations are principally pursued thru bilateral frameworks of cooperation such because the Joint Permanent Cooperation Committee (JPCC) that are hosted on a rotational foundation between each nations.

The earlier Joint Political Consultation Committee assembly was once held in Kampala in December 2018.

This fifth JPCC assembly held in Khartoum was once co-chaired via Bagiire Vincent Waiswa, the Permanent Secretary, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and . Daffa’alla Al- Haj Ali the Under Secretary on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Sudan.

In his opening remarks, Bagiire reiterated Uganda’s dedication to additional strengthening bilateral cooperation with the sudan for the mutual advantage of each nations.

He additionally underscored the significance of this Joint Political Consultation Committee assembly and expressed optimism that the deliberations from the assembly would consolidate key results for the mutual advantage of each nations.