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COP27 must be turning points for hope: UN chief

United Nations | Xinhua | UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday called for multilateralism and diplomacy to make the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference 2022 (COP27) in Egypt “turning points for hope.” “COP27 must be the place to rebuild trust and re-establish the ambition needed to avoid driving our planet over …

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Iran welcomes more diplomacy to revive nuclear deal: FM

Tehran, Iran | Xinhua | Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Wednesday that his country “welcomes the continuation of diplomacy and talks” to rescue the Iranian nuclear deal, according to the Foreign Ministry’s website. Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in a phone conversation with European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Josep Borrell …

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Iran pursues dynamic diplomacy to counter U.S. isolation

Tehran, Iran | Xinhua | U.S. President Joe Biden’s first Middle East tour meant to rally support to counter what he called “Iranian threats” is most likely to see a watered-down achievement, given Iran’s sustained efforts to improve relations with neighbors and other countries in the region, analysts said. A handful …

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China-style diplomacy “better than” West’s: Museveni

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has praised China’s style of diplomacy, saying it is “much better” than the “double standards” held by the West. Museveni said in an interview that he sees “double standards” in the Western response to Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, and China’s approach …

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Uganda’s Mbabazi eyes top African Union job

📌 February 6, 2021 – AUC elections Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s Prof. Pamela Kasabiiti Mbabazi is one of eight who have been nominated to contest as Vice Chairperson in next week’s African Union Commission (AUC) elections in Addis Ababa. Prof. Mbabazi,51, is the Chairperson of the National Planning Authority …

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COMMENT: Return rationality to China-U.S. relations

COMMENT | Xinhua writer Lu Jiafei | At a critical juncture when the world is wrestling with a once-in-a-century global health crisis and the accompanying economic fallout, the importance of a stable and sound China-U.S. relationship cannot be overstated. When Joe Biden assumes the U.S. presidency later Wednesday, he will …

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Amb Brown explains why US will not observe Uganda polls

Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Natalie E. Brown, the American Ambassador to Uganda has said the US has cancelled its Diplomatic observer mission for Uganda’s upcoming election scheduled for Jan. 14. “It is with profound disappointment that I announce the U.S. Mission in Uganda’s decision to cancel our diplomatic …

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Tororo mourns death of former PM Paul Etiang

  Paul Etiang (RIP) Tororo, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Former Third Deputy Prime Minister Ambassador Paul Orono Etiang has passed on at IHK in Kampala, where he had been admitted since Monday, December 28 2020. The diplomat was being treated after developing symptoms similar to that of COVID-19. The …

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