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Richard Kabonero
President of Mozambique receiving the Credentials from Ambassador Richard Kabonero. Courtesy photo

Mozambique President Wants Closer Cooperation with Uganda

President Nyusi was particularly happy that Ambassador Kabonero had come on the eve of the State Visit of President Museveni to Mozambique where a number of bilateral agreements are to be signed.
posted onMay 17, 2018
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By Kampala Post Reporter

MAPUTO. The President of Mozambique Filipe Jacinto Nyusi has called for closer economic and political ties between Mozambique and Uganda.

Receiving the Credentials from Ambassador Richard Kabonero, High Commissioner of Uganda to Mozambique at the Office of the President in Maputo, the President of Mozambique recalled the strong historical ties in the liberation struggle between Flelimo and President Yoweri Museveni.

President Nyusi was particularly happy that Ambassador Kabonero had come on the eve of the State Visit of President Museveni to Mozambique where a number of bilateral agreements are to be signed.

He welcomed Ambassador Kabonero to Mozambique and wished him a successful tour of duty.

In reply Ambassador Kabonero conveyed the best wishes from President Museveni and the people of Uganda.He promised to work tirelessly to strengthen the historical ties particularly in education and agricultural sectors.

President Yoweri Museveni is expected in Mozambique on Thursday 17th May 2018  for a three days State Visit and is expected to pay a historical visit to Montpeuz in Cape Delgado District where he joined the Flelimo liberation fighters during the war of independence against the Portuguese in the 70s and was able to train a number of Ugandan fighters including Generals; Salim Saleh,Ivan Koreta and Fred Rwigyema.

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