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The Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Affairs Oryem Henry Okello received copies of the letters of credence for Miroslaw Gojdz, the ambassador-designate of Poland to Uganda.

Polish Ambassador to Uganda Presents Credentials to Minister Oryem

During their discussions, Minister Oryem and Ambassador Gojdz deliberated on avenues for collaboration, particularly in the mining sector, aiming for mutual advancement and prosperity. It was mutually agreed upon that a twinning program between select Ugandan and Polish cities be initiated to foster development cooperation and exchange of best practices.
posted onMarch 22, 2024
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The Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Affairs Oryem Henry Okello received copies of the letters of credence for Miroslaw Gojdz, the ambassador-designate of Poland to Uganda.

The ceremony, held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday, March 21, marked an auspicious moment in strengthening bilateral ties between Uganda and Poland.

Miroslaw Gojdz hails from Lubin in Poland, renowned globally for its abundant copper and silver reserves. Before his diplomatic appointment, Ambassador Gojdz served with distinction in various capacities, including a tenure in the mines of Lubin for seven years, followed by a distinguished role as the Deputy Mayor of Lubin, a town well known for hosting the preeminent mining conglomerate, KGHM Copper. His extensive experience in the mining sector underscores his commitment to fostering cooperation between Poland and Uganda in this critical sector.

During their discussions, Minister Oryem and Ambassador Gojdz deliberated on avenues for collaboration, particularly in the mining sector, aiming for mutual advancement and prosperity. It was mutually agreed upon that a twinning program between select Ugandan and Polish cities be initiated to foster development cooperation and exchange of best practices.

In warmly welcoming Ambassador Gojdz to Uganda, Hon. Okello reaffirmed the commitment of the Ugandan government to bolstering bilateral ties with Poland. He highlighted the historical contributions of Polish missionaries to Uganda and emphasized the potential for further collaboration in diverse fields such as technology, agriculture, and security.

In closing, Minister Oryem extended his best wishes to Ambassador Gojdz for a successful tenure and encouraged him to freely seek assistance or consultation if required during his ambassadorial tour of duty. He expressed confidence that Ambassador Gojdz’s tenure would significantly contribute to the deepening of Uganda-Poland relations.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it looked forward to the fruitful collaboration between Uganda and Poland under Ambassador Gojdz’s stewardship, which promises to further enhance the friendship and cooperation between the two nations. 

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