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UGANDA TO DEEPEN TIES WITH THE ROYAL KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

Friday, 18th October 2019
Honourable Sam K KUTESA, Minister of Foreign Affairs today morning received Mr Bander Mohammed AL-FAIFI the Chargé D'Affaires at the Royal Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Chargé D'Affaires called on the office of the Minister to discuss matters of Bilateral, Regional and International concern.
 
Hon.KUTESA commended the good working relations that exist between Uganda and Saudi Arabia resounding the great potential to strengthen these relations further through increased Economic and Commercial Cooperation. 


Mr.AL-FAIFI conveyed to the Minister a congratulatory message from the Kingdom pertaining to the 57th anniversary of Uganda’s Independence.  He expressed gratitude to the Minister for the warm hospitality accorded to the Embassy and expressed their desire to enhance Bilateral Cooperation between both countries particularly in areas of Trade, Investment and, Education.

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