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UGANDA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION STRENGTHEN BILATERAL RELATIONS. KAMPALA.

Tuesday, 19th February 2019
H.E. Attilio PACIFIC the Head of Delegation of the European Union to  Uganda paid a courtesy call on  Amb. Patrick  MUGOYA , the Permanent Secretary of Foreign Affairs  today at the Ministry Headquarters.

The Permanent Secretary  welcomed the Head   of Delegation and the two discussed  pertaining  to matters EU - Uganda Bilateral Relations as well as Regional and International areas of mutual interest.


Amb. Mugoya  reiterated his commitment and that of the Ministry in providing the necessary technical  support  required to  the European Union Delegation to Uganda


On his part,  Amb. Pacific reaffirmed the EU's commitment to Uganda's development vision including through the new European Investment Plan for Africa.

 
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 *MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS*
 *PUBLIC DIPLOMACY UNIT*
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