DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC COOPERATION

The key functions of the Department of International Economic Cooperation are:

  • Strengthening and promoting international economic initiatives which are supportive of Uganda's national interest. 
  • Initiating technical policy recommendations on economic / commercial diplomacy. 
  • Coordinating aspects of Missions related to economic / commercial diplomacy.
  • Promoting partnerships and networks with stakeholders dealing with matters of economic / commercial diplomacy.
  • Coordinating global economic negotiations in taking into account Uganda's national.
  • Promoting rules-based multilateral economic systems.
  • Lobby for international support needed to complement Government efforts in the implementation of agreed global economic outcomes.
  • Lobby positions for placement of Uganda or Ugandans in international economic organisations.

Highlights

Update on Uganda's Enhanced Measures to Prevent Importation of Novel Corona Virus Disease COVID - 19 , 13th-March 2020

Update on Uganda's Enhanced Measures to Prevent Importation of Novel
Corona Virus Disease COVID -19

POSTPONEMENT OF THE 3RD SOUTH SUMMIT, 6th-March 2020

Read details about the Postponement of the 3rd south summit.

Hon. Sam Kutesa Receives a Fleet of 88 Motor Vehicles Donated By the Government of India , 3rd-March 2020

This donation follows the fulfillment of a pledge made by the Prime Minister of India His Excellency Narendra Modi who paid a historic official visit to Uganda in July 2018. This visit cemented further the relations between the two countries
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