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UGANDA AND ALGERIA COMMIT TO STRENGTHEN BILATERAL RELATIONS 19 / 3 / 2019 KAMPALA

Thursday, 21st March 2019
Ambassador Patrick MUGOYA, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda yesterday received H.E. Farid BOULANBEL the Ambassador of the People's Republic of Algeria to Uganda.

The Ambassador called on the Permanent Secretary to discuss matters of Bilateral, Regional and International concern.

The Meeting, in regard to bilateral relations, discussed matters pertaining to the improvement of the Trade between both Uganda and Algeria to further promote the already existing cordial relations between both countries.

Amb. Mugoya further underscored the need for both countries to engage under the framework of the Joint Permanent Commission emphasizing that such platforms are instrumental in achieving agreed interests.

Amb. Boulanbel, reiterated the commitment of the Government of the People's Republic of Algeria to the strengthening of Implementation of Development Cooperation projects in key sector areas for the mutual benefit of both countries.

In regard to International & Regional Affairs, the Meeting deliberated on issues of the status / progress of a number of UN Resolutions for the benefit both Uganda and Algeria as well as the prospects of Uganda retaining the UN Regional support center in Entebbe.


PUBLIC DIPLOMACY DEPARTMENT
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
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