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UGANDA TO ESTABLISH A ONE STOP SHOP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY

Tuesday, 19th February 2019
Amb Patrick Mugoya the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs with his counterpart Mrs. Catherine Bitarakwate Musingwiire, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Service met a delegation from the Republic of Azerbaijan led by Mr. Azail Jafinli, the Chief of Administration of the Azerbaijan Service and Assessment Network (ASAN Xidmat). 

The delegation which is on a seven-day working visit met the Permanent Secretaries at Ministry of Foreign Affairs today 18th February 2019. The delegation is on a needs assessment study to establish a One Stop Shop entity to improve service delivery in government on the basis of the ASAN Xidmat model of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

 Amb Mugoya hailed the good relations between Uganda and the Republic of Azerbaijan. He informed the delegation that the Ministry of Public Service was pivotal in the improvement of service delivery and expressed the hope that this initiative will improve the E-government system in the country.

 Mr. Jafinli reiterated his country's intention to replicate the ASAN Xidmat model and make Uganda a role model in E-governance for the rest of the African continent and promised to mobilize resources to that effect. The meeting was attended by officers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Public Service and the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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 *PUBLIC  DIPLOMACY DEPARTMENT*
 *MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS*
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