On December 19, 2023, H.E. Moses K.Kizige presented copies of his credentials to the deputy Minister in Tbilisi,Georgia. The other Ambassadors who presented were from Peru, Honduras, Bangladesh, Zambia, Burkina faso, Cameroon, Malta, Canada,Guinea, Sierra leano, India, Slovenia and Indonesia. During the meeting, the parties discussed the issues in the agenda of bilateral relations and prospects for future cooperation. Cooperation within international organizations was noted with satisfaction.
The Primakov Readings and the Primakov National Research institute of World Economy and international Relations is an International Forum that is dedicated to trends and problems of international security, World politics and economics. The Forum is attended by Russian and Foreign experts, Politicians and Diplomats. The theme of the Forum was ‘Horizons of Post-Globalization’ H.E the President was a panelist to discuss the Russia-Africa cooperation: From pragmatic guidelines to practical results.
Uganda Embassy Moscow, Connect Ug, and Komsomolskaya Pravda, one of the largest media houses in Russia, today launched the ‘Uganda Coffee and the world’ in Moscow.
The event was graced by the Director of information of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, business persons, media representatives and the public.
The Head of Mission had a working visit to the Arkhangelsk Region between 28th and 30th November 2023.
H.E the Ambassador, held meetings with the H.E. Aleksandr Tsybulskii, Mr. Aleksey Alsufev, The Chairman of the Government, Acting the Minister of Trade and the Chamber of Commerce, Rectors of the North Arctic Federal University and North State Medical University. He also visited to the Arkhangelsk Museum and the paper and pulp company.
Tula State University was founded in 1930 and offers its international candidates a wide range of educational programs in engineering, civil engineering, computer science, natural sciences, economic, law, humanities, and medical fields. Those who don’t speak Russian are offered to take a pre-university course of Russian which is provided.
The University has over187 foreign students from 22 countries of Africa and others from 70 countries around the world.
The Head of Mission had a working visit to Tula Region from 6th and 9th of November 2023. The Ambassador was accompanied by Amb. Gideon Mwebaze Rutazindwa,
The Ambassador held meetings with Mr. Vyacheslav Fedorishchev, First Deputy Governor and Chairman of Tula Region, the Minister of Economics, the Minister of Trade and the Minister for Agriculture and members of the Chamber of Commerce.
He also visited Tula State University, the Kremlin, Tulskaya Poultry Farm, ServicesSoft Engineering LLC, Patriot park, Promet-SEZ LLC, Agrogrib LLC and the Tula State Arms Museum.
The Head of Mission was invited to the 8th International Forum ‘Arctic: Today and the Future which is an annual public event of the year that raises a whole range of issues related to the socio-economic development of the Russian Arctic zone, the development of transport routes, the resource base, investment in Arctic projects, social development and youth support, scientific research, human resource development, ecosystem conservation, cultural heritage.
On 9th October 1962, direct British rule of the Uganda Protectorate ended with the Uganda Independence Act, which granted independence of the protectorate under the name Uganda. In 1963, Uganda adopted a new constitution which abolished the links with the British monarchy. On 13th October 2023, the Embassy of the Republic of Uganda joined the rest of Uganda to celebrate her 61 years of independence from the British Rule. With a democratically elected Government under the leadership of H.E.
On 15th September 2023, the Ambassador designate presented his credentials and the recall letters of his predecessor Amb. Johnson Agara Alwa to H.E. Maia Sandu the President of Moldova. The Ambassador was in company of Ms. Georgina Nakawombe, the first Secretary of the Embassy. After her welcoming remarks, Her Excellency the President informed the Ambassador on the relevance of the bilateral relations between states for the development of their people and for regional and international peace and security.
H.E. Moses K. Kizige the Ambassador designate to Kazakhstan was invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the 6th October 2023 to present his credentials to the President On 5th October, the Ambassador was received by the Hon. Alibek Bakayev the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister in charge of Africa affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan. After presenting his copies of credentials to the Minister. The duo held a discussion on ways of enhancing relations between Uganda and the