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[casi] Ugandan government press say they're holding peace talks

The new vision is generally regarded as government
press so you can't always believe it... :

Iraq Peace Summit For Gulu

By Vision reporter
A peace summit will be held later this week at a
secret location in northern Uganda to bring together
Presidents George W Bush and Saddam Hussein in a last
ditch effort to stop the war in Iraq.
Former President Clinton who visited Uganda during his
term of office has organised the top-secret meeting.
Northern Uganda has been chosen because of its
secluded position and because the airport can handle
large airplanes.
Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Aznar, UN Secretary
General Kofi Annan and high-ranking delegations from
France, Germany, Russia, China, and the Arab League
are expected to attend.
Former President Carter is already on site as
moderator since he has previously been involved with
the Kony peace negotiations.
British development secretary Clare Short is also
expected to make a special effort to bring Presidents
Museveni and Kagame together at the summit.
Tour companies are organising trips to Murchison Falls
to demonstrate that negative travel advisories about
Uganda are misleading.
Embassy sources have declined to comment since the
date is April 1.

Published on: Tuesday, 1st April, 2003

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