Kutesa, India’s External Affairs Min. Hold Bilateral Talks

 

India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj (R) shakes hands with her Ugandan counterpart Sam Kutesa during a meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday.

India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj (R) shakes hands with her Ugandan counterpart Sam Kutesa during a meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday.

Ugandan counterpart Sam Kutesa and India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday held a meeting during which key bilateral issues like trade and development projects were discussed.

Kutesa, recently elected as the President of the 69th session of the UN General Assembly, which will begin in September is in India on a five-day visit. 

Bilateral issues including trade and developmental projects were discussed during the meeting between the two leaders besides the UN since he will be the next President of the UNGA, an Indian official said.

Kutesa expressed Uganda’s desire to build on excellent relations between the two countries, whether bilaterally or in multilateral platforms, by working with the new government in India.

He underlined the potential for developmental cooperation between India and Uganda in the fields of investment, ICT, hydropower and capacity-building.

Kutesa traveled with a delegation which included Minister of Information, Communication and Technology John Nasasira, Minister of State for Fisheries Ruth Nankabirwa, Minister of State for Investments Ajedra Gabriel Aridru and other senior officials of the Ugandan government.

India is Uganda’s largest trade partner and Uganda has a large population of Indian origin, people who make significant contribution to Uganda’s economy and society.

India and Uganda also cooperate closely in capacity building fields, including human resource development. A large number of Ugandan students are currently studying in various Indian institutions of higher education. 

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  • ruth mukasa

    I could imagine the talk. That means more Indians as investors. On tax payers Monday that indigenous genuine would strive to get hands on and develop our motherland. They are all welcome after all hardly Indians fail to impress but Amin must be itching himself now. Back to the days of 1962-1971!!!! Ah ah.