Museveni Arrives In Japan


approved no rx geneva; font-size: small;”>The summit meeting that is dedicated to the African development, more about has been co-organized by the Government of Japan, cure the United Nations, the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the African Union.

The three-day conference is slated to open tomorrow June 1.

Heads-of-state and business leaders are expected to lay emphasis on accelerating growth while focusing on poverty and vulnerability reduction as a way of building resilient societies in Africa.

Apart from dealing with economic growth of Africa, the conference will also delve into achieving the MDGs, consolidation of peace and good governance and climate change challenges.

The summit, the fifth of its kind, has become the major framework in which the Asian countries work with their African counterparts to find ways of developing Africa.

Mr Museveni, who is among the main speakers at the conference that has attracted several leaders from the African continent, arrived at Haneda airport at 3:45 p.m. local time and was welcomed on arrival by Ambassador Koichi Monita the Special Assistant to the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Also at the airport to receive the President was the Ugandan Ambassador to Japan, Ms Betty Akech.

The President is accompanied to Japan by a delegation that includes several Cabinet Ministers and several other senior government officials


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