President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday joined his counterparts from Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazaville, and Togo to discuss among others coups and security in Africa.
The mini-summit held in the Republic of Congo’s Oyo town in the Cuvette region was organized by President Denis Sassou Nguesso.
According to a joint communique, the four leaders discussed in length the happenings in several parts of the continent, especially West Africa where coups have become a frequent occasion.
Several governments especially in West Africa have in the past three years been overthrown, with the one in Burkina Faso being the latest.
Last week, DRC President, Felix Tshisekedi is also said to have survived a coup after it was foiled while he was away in Ethiopia for the African Union summit. END