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UK SPECIAL ENVOY ON SOUTH SUDAN PAYS A COURTESY CALL ON THE PERMANENT SECRETARY , MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Tuesday, 5th March 2019
Amb. Patrick MUGOYA, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda yesterday received H.E. Chris TROTT, UK Special Envoy on South Sudan and H.E. Peter WEST British High Commissioner to the Republic of Uganda. The two (2) Principals called on the Office of the Permanent Secretary to discuss matters of Bilateral, Regional and International concern.


The Meeting, in regard to Regional Affairs, discussed matters pertaining to the ongoing developments and the progress of the Peace Process in South Sudan. The Special Envoy, expressed optimism stating that with collective efforts and goodwill from the relevant stakeholders lasting peace and development will eventually be achieved in the Republic of South Sudan.


In regard to Bilateral Affairs, the High Commissioner informed the Meeting of the status/ progress of the Administrative Reforms and Reviews in the Commonwealth Secretariat as well as strengthening Implementation of Development  Cooperation in key sector areas for the mutual benefit of both the United Kingdom and Uganda.



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 PUBLIC DIPLOMACY DEPARTMENT
 MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
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