President Yoweri Museveni has commended the Indian Community in Uganda for the enormous contribution towards the economic development of Uganda before independence and also for the efforts towards national economic recovery after the protracted armed people’s struggle that ushered NRM into power in 1986.
The Tripartite Summit of the Heads of State of Uganda, Sudan and South Sudan that took place today at State House, Entebbe on the revitalized Agreement on Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan, has agreed to extend the Pre-Transitional period for one hundred days effective 12th November 2019 in order to, among others, handle the incomplete critical tasks related to the security arrangements, including the formation of a revitalized transitional government of National Unity.
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President Yoweri Museveni has received a special message from his South Sudan counterpart, Salva Kiir.
President Kiir’s Special Envoy, Mr. Michael Makuei Lueth, who led a six-man delegation, delivered the message to President Museveni today at State House, Nakasero in the presence of State Minister for Regional Affairs, Mr. Philemon Mateke and Senior Advisor to Uganda Government on South Sudan peace process, Ms. Betty Bigombe, among others.
President Yoweri Museveni has encouraged Danish agricultural investors to consider setting up agricultural processing and production industries in Uganda as opposed to the costly process of importing agriculture machines.
The President made the remarks yesterday in a meeting with a visiting Danish agribusiness and food tech-business delegation from the Danish Agriculture and Food Council at State House, Entebbe, led by Mr Jeppe Sondergaard Pedersen.
President Yoweri Museveni has congratulated Eddy Kenzo, one of Uganda’s high sounding and outgoing personality in the music industry, for making very good achievements in the music and entertainment sector.
"I want to congratulate Kenzo for making very good contribution in music. He was a street boy and an orphan but he had a talent of singing,'' said President Museveni.
The President made the remarks yesterday at State House, Entebbe when he met Eddy Kenzo.
President Yoweri Museveni is back home from the Russian Coastal City of Sochi where he joined other African Heads of State and Government for a 2-day Russia-Africa Summit.
The Summit took place under the theme ‘Uncovering the Potential for Cooperation’ and aimed at strengthening and expanding Russia’s relations and areas of cooperation with Africa in the political, social and economic matters.
President Museveni was on arrival at Entebbe International Airport this afternoon received by Presidency Minister, Hon. Esther Mbayo.
ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today left for the Russian Coastal city of Sochi where he will join other 36 heads of State and governments for the Russia-Africa Summit and Economic Forum that opens tomorrow Wednesday at the Sirius Park of Science and Art in Sochi, one of Russias largest convention venues.
President Yoweri Museveni has received a special message from the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Mr. Abiy Ahmed.
The message was delivered to the President by the Ethiopian Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Ms. Hirut Zemene who is also State Minister of Foreign Affairs, this afternoon at the President’s country home in Rwakitura, Nyabishozi County in Kiruhuura District.
President Museveni is back home from a two-day working visit to Ethiopia where he joined other regional leaders to witness the inauguration ceremony of Unity Park, among others, that took place yesterday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital.
Other leaders who attended the inauguration ceremony included Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Salva Kiir of South Sudan, Mohamed Abdulahi of Somalia and Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdock of Sudan.