They addressed victims of the May 19th 2004 Lords Resistance Army Massacre in Lukodi Village in Bungatira Sub County, 17KM North of Gulu Town calling for truth telling, reconciliation and accountability.
EU Ambassadors in a group photo with Religious And Cultural Leaders at The Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative offices at Koro Sub County
The decades of conflict that ravaged northern Uganda will remain incomplete without truth and reconciliation, 10 Ambassadors from the European Union have observed.
The Ambassadors are Kristian Schmidt (EU), Peter-Christof Blomeyer (Germany), Mogens Pedersen (Demark), Donal Cronin (Ireland), Hugo Verbist (Belgium), Domenico Fornara (Italy), Stephanie Rivoal (France), Henk Jan Bakker (Netherlands), Per Lindgarde (Sweden) and Guenter Engelits (Austria).
During the three days retreat that ended today in Gulu district, the ambassadors came face to face with the suffering of former internally displaced persons who are struggling to rebuild their lives. They addressed victims of the May 19th 2004 Lord's Resistance Army Massacre in Lukodi Village in Bungatira Sub County, 17KM North of Gulu Town.
They called for truth telling, reconciliation and accountability. They also visited Gulu Central Prison, St. Mary's Hospital Lacor, Unyama Sub County and the seat of Acholi religious Leaders Peace Initiative among others.
Kristian Schmidt, the EU head of Mission to Uganda said ther visit to Lukodi was to show solidarity to the International Criminal Court and restore hopes of the victims of the Lord's Resistance Army conflict. Uganda Radio Network brings you pictures from their visit.