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Museveni Gets Credentials From New Foreign Envoys

viagra order here http://collegenotester.com/plugins/candy/views/modules/createpage.php geneva; font-size: small;”>During the 6 separate ceremonies that took place on Thursday at State House, rx http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Entebbe, this President Museveni warmly welcomed them to Uganda and wished them all the success possible in their tour of duty in the country.

The ceremonies were attended by State Minister for Regional Affairs, Mr. Asuman Kiyingi.

Burundi’s new Ambassador, Mr. Jean Bosco Barege, expressed his gratitude to be his country’s envoy in Uganda and commended the brotherly relationship that happily exists between the two East African Community member countries.

He expressed the hope that the cordial relationship between Uganda and Burundi would continue growing stronger.

President Museveni and new Eritrean Ambassador, Mr. Mohammed Suleiman Ahmed, discussed issues centering on the enhancement of the co-operation between Uganda and Eritrea as well as matters relating investments and the possibilities of Uganda exporting milk to Eritrea.

Mr Museveni and new Indonesian envoy, Mr Sunu Mahadi Soemarno, delved into issues of mutual interest between them as well as strengthening the cooperation between the two countries.

Indonesia, with a population of almost 250 million, has a variety of natural resources including petroleum, natural gas and tin, among others.

The new Kuwaiti Ambassador, Mr. Rashed Faleh Al Hajri, conveyed to President Museveni from the Emir of Kuwait, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah.

The new Ambassador assured President Museveni that during his tour of duties, he will work to attract new Kuwaiti entrepreneurs to Uganda particularly in the mining and energy sectors.

The President stressed that Kuwaiti entrepreneurs are welcome to Uganda to undertake brisk business ventures especially in the agro-processing sector.

Receiving the letters of credence of the new Thai Ambassador, Mr. Ittporn Boonpracong, Mr Museveni and the envoy delved into matters hinging on investment opportunities that Uganda presents to Thai business people.

They also commended the existing relationship between Thailand and Uganda. They also stressed the need to strengthen those brotherly relations further for the mutual benefit of the people of the two countries.

President Museveni also received the letters of credence of the new Czech Ambassador, Mr Marek Libricky, and assured the envoy that Uganda will accord him all the necessary assistance to enable him carry out his assignments.


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