Latest News Highlights

The Indian High Commissioner to Uganda presents Credentials to Hon Okello Oryem

Friday, 11th April 2014

The new Indian High Commissioner to Uganda, H.E.Dr. A. V. S. Ramesh Chandra has presented credential to the Minister of state of Foreign Affairs in-charge of international Affairs, Hon Okello Oryem. The ceremony took place in the office of the Minister at MOFA

Philippines Consulate to open in Kampala

Friday, 11th April 2014
Mr. Abhay Agarwal, the Honorary Consul of The Republic of the Philippines presents his credentials to Hon. Okello Oryem.

UN Secretary General Commits to fully support Uganda's Presidency of the UN General Assembly

Friday, 11th April 2014

Hon. Sam K. Kutesa attended a High Level meeting on 9th April, 2014 on the "role of partnerships in the Post-2015 Development Agenda".

Uganda could not stand and watch genocide happen in South Sudan

Monday, 7th April 2014

Minister of State of Foreign Affairs in-charge of International Affairs, Hon Minister Okello Oryem has said that Uganda went to South Sudan to prevent a genocide and crimes against humanity that were about to happen.

Koreans should be given opportunity to find a solution to their own problems

Tuesday, 1st April 2014

Hon Minister Henry Okello Oryem has said that North and South Korea should unite into one country since it is one people and one culture. The Minister made these remarks in a meeting with North Korean Ambassador to Uganda H.E. Jong Thae Yang in his office at MOFA.

Speech by H.E.Yoweri Kaguta Museveni at the Second Drought Resilience Summit \r\n

Friday, 28th March 2014
Theme: "Investing Differently to End Drought Emergencies in the IGAD Region"

Declaration of the IGAD Summit of Heads of State and Government

Friday, 28th March 2014
The IGAD of State and Government held their \r\nsecond Summit on "Ending Drought Emergencies in the IGAD Region" on 27th\r\n March 2014

Press Release

Friday, 28th March 2014

The Government of the Republic of Uganda led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Sam Kutesa and the delegation of the European Union engage in a Political Dialogue following the Anti Homosexual Act.

H.E. Enock Nkuruho, High Commissioner Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary presents Credentials to the Governor- General of New Zealand.

Wednesday, 26th March 2014
Uganda's\r\nHigh Commissioner to Australia Canberra and also concurrently accredited to New\r\nZealand present's his Credentials to the Governor-General of New Zealand\r\nLieutenant General The Right Honourable Sir Jerry Materparae.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosts a farewell luncheon for the retiring German Ambassador to Uganda

Wednesday, 26th March 2014

At the luncheon to bid farewell to the retiring German Ambassador to Uganda H.E Klaus Dieter Duxmann, the Minister of Foreign Affair, Hon. Sam Kutesa observed that "Germany remains a very important country in Europe for Uganda to deal with in terms of trade, investment and most recently the promotion of tourism".

Phase II of the IGAD-led South Sudan Peace Process resumes in Addis Ababa

Tuesday, 25th March 2014
The Second Session of Phase II of the South Sudan Peace Process that adjourned on 3 March has resumed on 25 March 2014.

Uganda ready to withdraw troops from South Sudan

Tuesday, 18th March 2014

Minister Hon Okello Oryem has said that Uganda will immediately withdraw her troops from South Sudan the moment IGAD brings in a "stabilization Force". Hon Okello revealed this in his office at MOFA while meeting the French Ambassador to Uganda, Her Excellence Aline Kuster-Menager.

First Session of Diplomatic Consultations between Uganda and South Africa

Tuesday, 11th March 2014

The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amb. James Mugume has received Ms. Tselane Mokuena, Chief Director, Department of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, who led a delegation from Pretoria to Uganda.

South Korea respects the Ugandan Anti-Homosexual law – Ambassador Park Jong-Dae

Tuesday, 11th March 2014

The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Uganda, H.E. PARK Jong-Dae, has revealed that South Korea will not take any action to Uganda because of the anti-homosexual law because it respects the decision of Ugandans. He said that it is up to Ugandans to decide what is good for them and their decision should be respected

Israel will not condemn the Anti - Homosexuality law - Ambassador Gil Haskel

Tuesday, 4th March 2014

Israeli Ambassador to Uganda Mr. Gil Haskel has revealed that Israel has not joined other countries to condemn the anti-homosexuality law because Israel does not believe in meddling with other countries' internal policies.

Highlights

MONSIGNOR AUGUSTINE KASUJJA ASSUMES POSITION AS APOSTOLIC NUNCIO IN BELGIUM, 23rd-May 2017

Most Reverend Msgr. Augustine Kasujja, a Ugandan has assumed his position as Apostolic Nuncio in Belgium.

UGANDAN COMPANIES EXHIBIT IN RIMINI, ITALY MACFRUT 2017, 16th-May 2017

Seven Ugandan companies have participated in the 34th Edition of MACFRUT 2017, in Rimini, Italy, where they showcased some horticultural commodities including cayenne pepper, red pepper, ginger and green beans from 10th-12th May 2017.

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI ON BURUNDI, "WE SHOULD NEVER NEGLECT ANY OPPORTUNITY FOR DIALOGUE", 13th-May 2017

President Yoweri Museveni has said he will highlight the issue of a joint move to Burundi by the lead facilitator and mediator in an effort to urge all stakeholders to engage in dialogue, to the EAC heads of state at the upcoming summit.
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