Egypt and Uganda have signed a memorandum of understanding on intelligence sharing to fight terrorism in eastern and northern Africa.
Abel Kandiho, Uganda’s military 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 terrorism 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.