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Somali President, H.E Hassan Mohamud arrives in Uganda for a State Visit

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Kampala, Uganda. The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, H.E Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, has arrived in Uganda for a three-day state visit at the invitation of his counterpart, H.E Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
Somali President, H.E Hassan Mohamud (Front) together with Gen. Jeje Odong , Uganda’s Minister for Foreign Affairs (Next Right) and other diplomats march from Entebbe International Airport/Courtesy Photo.
Somali President, H.E Hassan Mohamud (Front Left) being received by Crane Performers at Entebbe International Airport/Courtesy Photo.
H.E Hassan Mohamud (Front Left) shakes with Ugandan diplomat at Entebbe International Airport/Courtesy Photo.
Somali President, H.E Hassan Mohamud is being receive Gen. Jeje Odong, Uganda’s Minister for Foreign Affairs at his office/Courtesy Photo.
The main purpose of the visit is to further bolster the excellent cordial bilateral relations between Uganda and Somalia.
H.E. President Museveni  and his counterpart H.E.President  Mohamud will hold Tête-à-tête meeting / bilateral discussions to discuss ways of strengthening cooperation in key sector areas of common interest for the mutual benefit of both countries and witness the signing of the Joint Communique following the conclusion of the Inaugural Session of the Joint Permanent Commission between the Republic of Uganda and the Federal Republic of Somalia.
During this visit H.E. President Hassan Mohamud will address the 1st Uganda – Somalia Business Investment Summit under the theme *”Promoting Uganda – Somalia Patnership through Investment, Trade and Tourism”* from 9th – 10th August 2022 at the Speke Resort Munyonyo.
The primary objective of the Investment and Business Summit is to provide a platform for Private Sector/Business Community together with other relevant stakeholders like Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), to freely exchange views and ideas on how to ease the cost-of-doing-business, and thus richly reap from existing and future business opportunities by agreeing on how to overcome existing challenges, learn lessons and business strategies for smooth mutual exchange between the two markets of Uganda and Somalia and beyond.
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