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Heads of State of Northern Corridor Member States Agree to Form Authority to Expedite the Implementation of Projects.

Monday, 8th June 2015
Foreign Ministers of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda after during the signing ceremony

The Heads of State of the Northern Corridor member states; Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda met on 6th June 2015 at Muyonyo Speke Resort for the 10th Northern Corridor Integration Projects Summit. During the Summit, the Leaders agreed to form an authority to expedite the implementation of infrastructure projects in the East African Region.

The summit was attended by Presidents Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), ministers and delegates from South Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Below is a Joint Communique signed by the Heads of State.

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