President Museveni receives credentials from 8 new envoys4 min read
Point out Household, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Museveni has now acquired qualifications from 8 new envoys including from that of the Republic of Cuba, People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, Republic of South Korea, the Point out of Libya, the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Sierra leone, the Point out of Israel and the Kingdom of Thailand.
During his conference with the the new Cuban envoy to Uganda Mrs. Tania Pérez Xiqués, the President explained he is on the lookout forward to strengthening the bilateral relationship between their two nations. H.E Amb. Xiqués relayed greetings from President Miguel Díaz-Canel of Cuba to President Museveni and also briefed him about the condition in Cuba. She claimed her country is recovery nicely from the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Museveni also welcomed the new Algerian Ambassador to Uganda H.E Cherif Oualid with whom they mentioned many challenges including the predicament in Western Sahara, regional stability and the economic transformation.
Amb. Cherif Oualid relayed greetings from President
Abdelmadjid Tebboune of the Democratic Republic of Algeria and also delivered condolence concept to the President and the folks of Uganda on the demise of the Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanya.
“The stability condition in Algeria is significantly much better now, our upcoming struggle is financial restoration,” he explained.
Though meeting the new South Korean Ambassador to Uganda H.E Park Sung-Soo, President Museveni referred to as for unity involving South and North Korea, expressing a united Korea can be a very robust electricity centre. He welcomed the ambassador to Uganda.
Amb. Park Sung-Soo relayed heat greetings from the President of the Republic of South Korea Moon Jae-in to President Museveni and the people today of Uganda. He also briefed the President about the predicament in South Korea.
President Museveni afterwards met the new ambassador of the Point out of Libya to Uganda H.E Ibrahim Ahmed Sultan with who they mentioned the predicament in Libya.
President Museveni said elections are good drugs for politics if it is totally free and everybody participates.
“It disciplines leaders. Leaders study how to be cautious with the people today. If not mindful, they just cannot elect you,” he mentioned. He referred to as on the leaders to ensure that all events take part without any exclusions.
Amb. Ibrahim Ahmed Sultan sent greetings from the Chairman of the Presidential Council of the Point out of Libya H.E Mohamed al-Menfi to President Museveni and thanked him for getting a wonderful pal of the people of Libya.
“Libya has suffered a ton for several a long time. We acquired to know our accurate close friends like Uganda who opened their doors and welcomed us,” he reported.
In a meeting with the new Ambassador of Colombia to Uganda H.E Monica De Greiff Lindo, President Museveni welcomed her to Uganda and stimulate her to exploit the prosperous all-natural methods that the two nations around the world compete with to advertise their mutual partnership.
Amb. De Greiff relayed greetings from the President of the Republic of Colombia H.E Iván Duque Márquez to President Museveni and mentioned she looked ahead to performing in Uganda.
President Museveni also met the new Sierra Leone Large Commissioner to Uganda H.E Isatu A. Bundu a daughter to existing speaker of the Sierra Leone Parliament and previous commonwealth observer in the 1980 elections in Uganda.
Ms Bundu relayed greetings from the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone Julius Maada Wonie Bio.
Later the President met the new Israel Envoy to Uganda H.E Micheal Lotem who briefed him about the scenario in Israel. He also delivered greetings from the Prime Minister of the Point out of Israel Naftali Bennett to President Museveni
The President referred to as for the implementation of a two-condition resolution and also identified as on the African Union to allow Israel be an observer at the AU. He also termed for Israel to set up an embassy in Kampala.
The President satisfied the new Thailand Ambassador to Uganda Mrs. Sasirit Tangulrat who relayed greetings from the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand Common Prayuth Chan-o-cha (Ret) to President Museveni.
She congratulated President Museveni upon his the latest election victory and commended Uganda’s initiatives in the fight from the COVID 19 pandemic.
She mentioned despite her country’s financial state currently being influenced by the COVID 19 pandemic, it is recovering progressively with guidance from the export sector. She reported her country was now open up for business enterprise without having any COVID19 restrictions.
The meeting was attended by between other folks, Hon.John Mulimba Minister of State for International Affairs in cost of Regional Coorporation, Vincent Waiswa Bagiire the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Julius Kivuna Head for Regional Peace and Stability Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs Joyce Onek Head of the Office of International Financial Cooperation Department.
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