The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura and his Kenyan counterpart Joseph Boinnet on Wednesday held a joint security meeting at Migingo Island.
The two IGPs said the main aim of their meeting was to resolve some issues that had arisen between the officers based on the island.
According to Boinnet their survey had indicated that there was a good mutual relationship between the officers from the two countries.
He further noted that the Island was very peaceful with no major issues or contentions for the past few months.
He said their was an issue of assault raised by some officers, but the matter was amicably resolved jointly.
“We have had a very fruitful working relationship, only that a few unknown characters want to spoil it, but we are determined to ensure that the island is peaceful for a prosperous economic growth for the region,” Boinnet said.
On his part, Gen. Kayihura said Uganda government was determined to ensure order is maintained at the island.
Kayihura said the only challenge officers faced was most of the fishermen wanted to go fishing without license.