Permanent Secretary

Ambassador Patrick Samuel Mugabwe Mugoya, He is a career diplomat who joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1979.  
He has served in different capacities and places including:
He Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism. He was appointed Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations in December 2008 and assumed office in January 2009. From 2006 to 2008 he was Director for Regional Cooperation in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kampala. 
He has served in Uganda Missions in various countries: Canada, Italy, South Africa, and held various positions at the Ministry Headquarters including Head of the following Departments: Americas and Caribbean, African Union, Protocol and Consular. 
Amb. Mugoya graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Makerere University in 1979. He was awarded a Master of Arts degree in Political Science by Carleton University, Ottawa Canada in 1987, and obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Management from the Uganda Management Institute, in 2007.   


Highlights

Eastern Africa's Regional Intelligence Unit Celebrates 3rd Anniversary, 24th-May 2021

Uganda is host to the Headquarters of the Eastern Africa Fusion and Liaison Unit (EA-FLU)-a regional body whose mandate is to support and facilitate regional cooperation initiatives to curb terrorism and other transnational threats posed by organized criminals.

Use Petroleum to Strengthen Regions Infinite Resources for Jobs and Wealth - President Museveni, 20th-May 2021

The President was today speaking shortly after witnessing the signing of the Host Government Agreement between the government of Tanzania and the oil companies going to undertake the construction of the oil pipeline from the oil fields in Hoima in Uganda to the Indian sea port of Tanga in Tanzania

President Museveni receives new envoys of Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, 6th-May 2021

President Yoweri Museveni has today received the new envoys of Rwanda, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe to Uganda who presented their credentials to him at a scientific  ceremony held at State House Entebbe.
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