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HON. SAM KUTESA RECEIVES LETTERS OF CREDENCE FOR THE NEW UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP) RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE

Thursday, 30th May 2019
Hon. Sam .K. KUTESA, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda officially  received Letters of Credence of the new United Nations Development  Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative , Ms. Elsie ATTAFUAH today at the Ministry Headquarters.


The Hon. Minister, welcomed the new Resident Representative  to Uganda and commended the United Nation's (UN) good working relationship with the Government of the Republic of Uganda, particularly in the area of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and also in the diaspora support services.
 

In presenting her Letters of Credence to the Honorable Minister , Ms. Attafuah conveyed a message of gratitude for the warm reception that was accorded to her, further stating that her intention is to work closely with the Ministry,  pledgeding to advance the UN's goals to ultimately achieve  the principle purpose of accomplishing the SDGs and encourage global development, poverty reduction, promote democratic governance, energy and environment, social development, and crisis prevention and recovery.


Hon. Kutesa re affirmed  the provision of the Ministry's  necessary support  and Technical assistance required in execution of the duties of the Resident Representative.


Ms. Attafuah once again  conveyed a message of gratitude expressing optimism and reiterating commitment in achieving the goals to eliminate poverty, inequality and exclusion to achieve sustainable development for the benefit of all Ugandans

 
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 PUBLIC DIPLOMACY DEPARTMENT
 MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
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