President Yoweri Museveni and the new Ethiopian Ambassador to Uganda Alemtsehay Meseret Gelaw have discussed issues centering on constructing of a road that will link Uganda to Ethiopia from Moroto through Kotido, Kaabong, parts of North Western Kenya up to Southern Ethiopia.
The President held the discussion on Wednesday while receiving the letters of credence of Ms Gelaw.
In separate ceremonies that were witnessed by State Minister for International Affairs, Henry Okello Oryem at State House Entebbe, Museveni also received credentials from other six envoys from the Vatican, Saharawi Republic, Poland, Brazil, Slovakia and Canada.
He warmly welcomed the Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Luigi Bianco, and congratulated him on his new posting. He commended the good relationship between Uganda and the Vatican. Archbishop Bianco, on his part, wished the people of Uganda continued peace and God’s blessings.
The new Saharawi envoy, Mr. Mohammed Bachir Elouali, also presented his letters of credence to the President who welcomed him to Uganda
Later, President Museveni received and welcomed the new Polish Ambassador, Jack Bazanski to Uganda and the two leaders discussed issues of economic development between Poland and Uganda.
The President and the new Brazilian envoy, Fernando Estellita Linsde Salvo Coimbra, reviewed matters of development cooperation between Uganda and Brazil; noting that the two countries share a lot in common and have enormous potential to develop their relationship in the sectors of agriculture, education and industry, among others.
The new Slovak Ambassador, Frantisek Dihopolcek, and the President discussed, among other areas, energy and Information Communication Technology (ICT).
President Museveni asked the envoy to encourage Slovak companies to take advantage of the big markets on the African continent through working on increased investments on the continent.
Later, President Museveni received the credentials of the new Canadian High Commissioner, Lisa Stadelbauer, and congratulated her upon her new assignment in Uganda.
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