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President Museveni, Ethiopian PM Desalegn meet in Kigali

The talks, held at the sidelines of the 27th Africa Union Summit in Rwanda, were largely closed but come at the heels of calls by the United Nations and the International Community for a stronger message from IGAD and the AU to intervene and stop the escalating violence in South Sudan.

Trade Mark East Africa Supports Coordination Office of the Northern Corridor Integration Projects, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

On 23rd May, 2016, Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) handed over office equipment to facilitate the Coordination Office of the Northern Corridor Integration Projects at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Headquarters.

President Museveni flags off ICT team to China

President Museveni flagged off Ugandan ICT specialists for a two-week ICT course in China at State House, Entebbe, yesterday. At least 10 Ugandans will each year be taken to China for training in information, communication, and technology (ICT) skills.

President Yoweri Museveni has concluded his week-long security assessment tour of the Rwenzori region

President Yoweri Museveni has concluded his week-long security assessment tour of the Rwenzori region with a tour of the Queen Elizabeth National Park assuring the people of Rwenzori sub-region 
and the country of total peace as specialized mountain forces have now been deployed to the area.

African leaders urged to back youth fund

The Pan-African Youth Union has called on African governments to support the establishment of Africa Youth Fund.

Africa Needs Collaborative Efforts to Promote Industrialization

Trade continues to play a major role in Africa's economic growth performance and it has the potential to promote trade-induced industrialization of the continent provided it is deliberately directed at industrialization.

President Museveni, South Korean leader open rural project

President Museveni and visiting South Korean leader Park Guen-Hye yesterday opened an aid programme that has a series of rural and agricultural development policies.

Richard Kabonero

H.E Richard Tumusiime Kabonero: High Commissioner of the Republic of Uganda to Rwanda.

Ambassador Kabonero a career diplomat joined the Diplomatic service of Uganda in 1989 and served in various Departments including Africa Department, protocol and Americas at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kampala

He became the High Commissioner of Uganda to Rwanda in 2006, where he was also accredited to Burundi for 5 years. Prior to his assignment in Kigali he served at the Uganda Embassy in Washington from 1994-2005 as well as the Uganda High Commission  in Nairobi Kenya from 1990-1994.

He has held various posts including special envoy to tripartite plus, International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) and election observer in various missions around the world.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Makerere University Uganda and MA in International relations from the University of Nairobi.

He is married with four children. 

He is an avid runner and has completed 6 marathons including 3 marine corps marathons and the JFK 50 miler.

 

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