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Kutesa congratulated the Ambassador upon his promotion and thanked him for the great work he has so far done in respect to the relations between the two countries.
He welcomed the Ambassador to this new assignment.
Speaking during the function at Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kampala this week, Hon Kutesa conveyed his condolences to the President and the people of South Korea upon the ferry tragedy recently where over 190 people perished.
The Minister expressed appreciation to the warm reception to the President and his delegation which resulted into signing of three agreements between Uganda and South Korea.
He also expressed satisfaction for the support from KOICA towards the development of Uganda.
On his part, Jong-Dae expressed his appreciation for the message of condolence from Uganda upon the ferry accident.
He also thanked Uganda for the good relations with his country and promised to strengthen the relations.
The Ambassador thanked Uganda for the role in ensuring the regional peace and stability. Ugandan armed forces are deployed in South Sudan and Somalia to facilitate stabilisation efforts of both countries.
He informed that his country has been invited to attend the AU summit in July this year and confirmed attendance.