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  President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni received the credentials of six recently sent envoys to Uganda at Government House in Entebbe on Tuesday The President received credentials from Ambassadors Muhammad Hassan Wazir Pakistan Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed Awadelseed Sudan Major General Rtd George Aggrey Awinow Kenya Ismail Ayobami Alatise Nigeria Nguyen Nam Tien Vietnam and the new High Commissioner of the Republic of Ghana in Uganda HE Damptey Bediako Asare Speaking at the ceremony President Museveni welcomed the new envoys and reiterated Uganda s commitment to strengthening bilateral ties with the respective countries of the new envoys We look forward to strengthening bilateral relations between our two nations President Museveni told the new Pakistani envoy For his part HE Muhammad Hassan Wazir praised the great relationship between Pakistan and Uganda He described President Museveni as the father of the nation and of Africa in general President Museveni also welcomed the new Sudanese Ambassador to Uganda HE Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed Awadelseed with whom they discussed various issues including the economy trade and investment between the two countries President Museveni noted that Sudan is the second after Italy to buy Ugandan raw coffee and called on Sudanese companies to partner with Uganda to invest in value added Ugandan coffee for the development of the two friendly countries Ambassador Ahmed Ibrahim praised the president for his support and guidance to the president and government of Sudan He asked for President Museveni s guidance during his tenure as he tackles trade economy and investment as his key priority areas While presenting his credentials His Excellency Maj Gen Rtd George Aggrey Awinow of the Republic of Kenya spoke about recent developments in Kenya including the recently concluded presidential election In the meeting with the new High Commissioner of Nigeria in Uganda HE Ismail Ayobami Alatise President Museveni called for the participation of the Wanainch in resolving the crisis of Boko Haram and other extremist groups Since the group targets innocent civilians use the people to combat insecurity as they are targets he advised Ambassador Ayobami thanked Uganda and noted that his stay here as the new High Commissioner will give him the opportunity to learn more about Uganda and further strengthen the ties that already exist between the two countries President Museveni later met with the new High Commissioner of the Republic of Ghana to Uganda HE Damptey Bediako Asare with whom they discussed the rich cultural diversity and historical ties between the two countries In a meeting with the new Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to Uganda HE Nguyen Nam Tien President Museveni welcomed him to Uganda and noted that Uganda and Vietnam enjoy long term relations citing the Uganda Solidarity committee Vietnam from the 1960s where he was a member Ambassador Nguyen assured the President of his country s commitment to further strengthen the long standing relationship between the two countries He appreciated President Museveni s leadership that has seen Uganda transform itself economically During the ceremony the Minister of Foreign Affairs General Haji Abubaker Jeje Odongo and other high government officials were present
Uganda: President Museveni Receives Credentials of Six New Envoys

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President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni received the credentials of six recently sent envoys to Uganda at Government House in Entebbe on Tuesday.

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The President received credentials from Ambassadors Muhammad Hassan Wazir (Pakistan), Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed Awadelseed (Sudan), Major General (Rtd) George Aggrey Awinow (Kenya), Ismail Ayobami Alatise (Nigeria), Nguyen Nam Tien (Vietnam) and the new High Commissioner of the Republic of Ghana in Uganda HE Damptey Bediako Asare.

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Speaking at the ceremony, President Museveni welcomed the new envoys and reiterated Uganda’s commitment to strengthening bilateral ties with the respective countries of the new envoys.

We look forward to strengthening bilateral relations between our two nations, President Museveni told the new Pakistani envoy.

For his part, HE Muhammad Hassan Wazir praised the great relationship between Pakistan and Uganda.

He described President Museveni as the father of the nation and of Africa in general.

President Museveni also welcomed the new Sudanese Ambassador to Uganda, HE Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed Awadelseed, with whom they discussed various issues including the economy, trade and investment between the two countries.

President Museveni noted that Sudan is the second after Italy to buy Ugandan raw coffee and called on Sudanese companies to partner with Uganda to invest in value-added Ugandan coffee for the development of the two friendly countries.

Ambassador Ahmed Ibrahim praised the president for his support and guidance to the president and government of Sudan.

He asked for President Museveni’s guidance during his tenure as he tackles trade, economy and investment as his key priority areas.

While presenting his credentials, His Excellency Maj. Gen. (Rtd) George Aggrey Awinow of the Republic of Kenya spoke about recent developments in Kenya, including the recently concluded presidential election.

In the meeting with the new High Commissioner of Nigeria in Uganda, HE Ismail Ayobami Alatise, President Museveni called for the participation of the Wanainch in resolving the crisis of Boko Haram and other extremist groups.

Since the group targets innocent civilians, use the people to combat insecurity as they are targets, he advised.

Ambassador Ayobami thanked Uganda and noted that his stay here as the new High Commissioner will give him the opportunity to learn more about Uganda and further strengthen the ties that already exist between the two countries.

President Museveni later met with the new High Commissioner of the Republic of Ghana to Uganda, HE Damptey Bediako Asare, with whom they discussed the rich cultural diversity and historical ties between the two countries.

In a meeting with the new Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to Uganda, HE Nguyen Nam Tien, President Museveni welcomed him to Uganda and noted that Uganda and Vietnam enjoy long-term relations, citing the Uganda Solidarity committee -Vietnam from the 1960s where he was a member.

Ambassador Nguyen assured the President of his country’s commitment to further strengthen the long-standing relationship between the two countries.

He appreciated President Museveni’s leadership that has seen Uganda transform itself economically.

During the ceremony, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, General Haji Abubaker Jeje Odongo and other high government officials were present.

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