Museveni receives credentials from seven  new envoys

Museveni receives credentials from seven new envoys

Museveni receives credentials from seven new envoys

At State House in Entebbe on Thursday, the  Ambassadors gave a presentation of  their credentials.

H.E. Mathews Jere of Zambia, H.E. Pavel Vziatkin of Belarus, H.E. Simone Knapp  of Austria, H.E. Mohamed Khelifi of Algeria, H.E. Tareque Muhammad of  Bangladesh, H.E. Andrew Onalenna of Botswana, and H.E. Nayef Hapes Al-Otaibi of Kuwait were among them.

President Museveni welcomed the new ambassadors to Uganda during the event  and gave them the assurance that the government will collaborate with them to  further the friendly ties between their respective nations.

On their part, the Ambassadors also promised to work with Uganda basing on mutual respect and cooperation.

The Ambassador of Algeria to Uganda, H.E Mohamed Khelifi informed President Museveni that his country is in advanced stages of importing quality milk from Uganda.

Zambia’s Ambassador to Uganda, H.E Mathews Jere delivered warm greetings from H.E President Hakainde Hichilema to President Museveni and promised to further strengthen the relationship between the two countries.

President Museveni also noted that he was looking forward to welcoming their Presidents to Uganda, especially those coming for the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in January next year.

The event was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gen. Abubakar Jeje Odongo, among other officials.

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