KAMPALA – President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni returned to Uganda from Serbia, where he attended the Second Russia-Africa Summit in Saint Petersburg.
During the summit, he held bilateral talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, discussing areas of cooperation such as oil exploration, nuclear power energy, fertilizers, and space science.
He also proposed discouraging raw material imports from Africa and promoting value addition within the continent’s countries.
President Museveni further met with a committee working on the crisis in Ukraine, aiming to find a peaceful resolution.
Upon arriving in Serbia, President Museveni held bilateral talks with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, and they signed two Memoranda of Understanding to deepen trade and agricultural cooperation.
He also launched the Uganda Trade Hub, “Uganda Connect,” to strengthen bilateral relations and promote Ugandan goods and services in the Balkans region.
Additionally, President Museveni met with the President of the National Assembly of Serbia, Dr. Vladimir Orlic, further enhancing the bilateral relations between Uganda and Serbia.
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