A great concern is that the unrest between the two countries will again cause bloodshed in Congo, a country of 80 million people, or that they will clash directly. The agreement also calls on both countries to protect and respect the rights and freedoms of nationals of the other party who are on their territory or in transit. “There`s no limit, there`s only relationships — it`s a family affair,” Angelo Izama, an independent Ugandan analyst, said of the tense dynamic between neighbors. “I warmly thank the leaders of Angola and Congo for their attitude and fraternal commitment to help us find solutions between Uganda and Rwanda,” his office tweeted. KAMPALA – A high-level Rwandan delegation traveled to Kampala on Friday for a new round of bilateral talks on the current standoff between the two neighbors under the Luanda Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). On Wednesday, the governments of Uganda, Rwanda and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Refugees met in Kigali, the Rwandan capital, to sign a tripartite agreement on the voluntary repatriation of an estimated 25,000 Rwandan refugees to Uganda. The conditions provide that all Rwandan refugees who wish to return from Uganda may do so without preconditions. At the same time, no one will be forced to return against their will. Museveni and Kagame signed the contract as part of the fourth quadrilateral summit at the Gatuna-Katuna crossing point between the two countries. The signing of the MoU in Luanda, the Angolan capital, was followed by a four-page summit between Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Rwanda, held on 12 July. The agreement invites both parties, among other things, not to participate in acts destabilizing the other party (or acts perceived as such), such as financing, training, and infiltration of destabilizing forces. . .