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24 Nov 2016

Belarus ready to help develop infrastructure of Uganda’s agriculture, energy industry

MINSK, 24 November (BelTA) – Ambassador of Belarus to Ethiopia with concurrent accreditation to Uganda Dmitry Kuptel presented his credentials to Uganda President Yoweri Museveni in the city of Entebbe. During the meeting it was stressed that Belarus is ready to participate in the development of the infrastructure of Uganda's agriculture and energy industry, the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs told BelTA.

Dmitry Kuptel said that Belarus is ready to take an active part in the projects Uganda is implementing to create and develop infrastructure in agriculture, energy industry, road construction industry, mining industry and other areas.

During the meeting it was noted that the sides are interested in stepping up bilateral cooperation in economy, education, agriculture, science and technology. It was noted that joint efforts are needed to advance Belarus-Uganda trade and economic ties to a whole new level.

Earlier the Ambassador of Belarus presented copies of his credentials to Ugandan Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kuteesa. The sides discussed the state and prospects of developing Belarus-Uganda relations. Dmitry Kuptel handed over draft bilateral agreements on trade and investment protection to the Ugandan Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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