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EU ambassadors applaud government on oil progress

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Ugandan government has been applauded for the pace at which it is undertaking projects in the Oil and Gas Sector. The Nod came during a tour of key projects in the Albertine Graben by a team of Ambassadors from the European Union currently in …

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New Ugandan ambassadors in Jinja for orientation

Jinja, Uganda|The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Okello Oryem on 10th July 10, 2017 officially opened the induction and orientation program for newly appointed Heads of Missions and Deputies at the Civil Service College in Jinja. Oryem welcomed the ambassadors to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and told them …

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PICTORIAL: Newly-accredited envoys present credentials to President Museveni

PICTORIAL: Five newly-accredited envoys to Uganda presented credentials to President Yoweri Museveni on Tuesday at State House, Entebbe. This after related welcome ceremonies. Sara Hradecky, the new High Commissioner of Canada. “We urge Canada to join us in our efforts to support refugees,” said Museveni. Maria Erla Marelsdottir of Iceland. “Uganda hopes to …

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Parliament to vet ambassadors, Kyabazinga not on list

The Parliamentary Appointments Committee convenes today to vet the recently appointed ambassadors and their deputies. The committee chaired by the speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga will also vet the nominee for state minister of works General Edward Katumba Wamala. However, the name of the Kyabazinga of Busoga, William Wilberforce Gabula IV …

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Kiyonga new ambassador to China

President Yoweri Museveni has made changes in the foreign services, with former defence minister Crispus Kiyonga being appointed ambassador to Beijing, China. The majority of the changes will see new faces like Phoebe Otaala, Busoga king William Gabula and former ISO boss Brig. Ronnie Balya take on roles as ambassadors, …

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