President Yoweri Museveni and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon are pushing for a strong message to the leaders of South Sudan involved in the conflict whom they said, despite receiving unconditional support regionally and internationally, have squandered the good-will that was so generously given at the birth of the new nation.
In accordance with Article 8 of the Cotonou Agreement the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the European Union (EU) held today, on 28 June, a political dialogue during which the two parties discussed matters of mutual interest regarding their cooperation. The dialogue took place in an open, cordial and a constructive atmosphere on the basis of a jointly agreed agenda.Download the full press release below Click to download
President Yoweri Museveni has hailed the East African Community (EAC) for accepting South Sudan as a member saying this reminds the Community of the three purposes of integration mainly; How to survive in a competitive world; How we can guarantee our prosperity as a region and How to be secure in this modern world..
It is a great pleasure and honour for me to welcome you all to this occasion as we mark 53 years of Uganda's Independence under the theme: "Striving towards a prosperous people and country: The meaning of true Independence."
That was the opening statement by the President of the Fifty three years' old Republic, President Y.K Museveni . [ Visual/Audio | Read More ]
The 26th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union commenced on 21st January 2016 at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Ministry of Foreign Affairs is being represented by Hon. Philemon Mateeke, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs in charge of Regional Cooperation
Mr. Babu was elected from the 9 candidates presented during the elections in the UN 5th state parties' conference at the UN head quarters in New York and will occupy one of the 9 posts on the committee of 18 experts who sit thrice every year in Geneva to deliberate on the rights of people with disabilities (PDWs).
Over the last 50 years, Uganda has made significant development progress, moving from recovery to growth. In order to consolidate and accelerate this growth process, the Government of Uganda (GoU) has developed a 30-year Vision, -