Museveni receives credentials from Venezuela Ambassador

Ambassador Fátima Fernandes Juárez (R) presents her credentials to Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni (L)

Entebbe, (UG):- H.E. Fátima Fernandes, the Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to Uganda, Monday presented her credentials to His Excellency Yoweri Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda in a ceremonial event held at State House Entebbe.

The landmark event also marked the official commencement of Ambassador Fernandes’ diplomatic mission in Uganda and aimed at fortifying the diplomatic ties between the two nations for the mutual benefit of the people of Venezuela and Uganda.

During the credential presentation, Ambassador Fernandes conveyed warm regards from the Venezuelan government and expressed her commitment to enhancing the diplomatic relationship between the two countries.

She emphasized the importance of fostering stronger ties that would contribute to economic, cultural, and political collaboration.

President Museveni welcomed Ambassador Fernandes and conveyed his appreciation for Venezuela’s decision to establish its first-ever diplomatic mission in Uganda. He highlighted the potential for expanded cooperation in various fields, including trade, agriculture, and technology.

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The President expressed optimism about the positive impact this diplomatic initiative could have on the socio-economic development of both nations.

The establishment of Venezuela’s diplomatic mission in Uganda signifies a significant step towards fostering closer ties between the two nations. It is expected that the embassy will play a crucial role in facilitating dialogue, cultural exchanges, and trade partnerships.

This move is seen as a testament to Venezuela’s commitment to expanding its diplomatic presence globally and engaging with nations across different continents.

The diplomatic ceremony was attended by officials from both countries, symbolizing the mutual eagerness to strengthen the bilateral relationship.

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