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According to a statement released by the State House, President and the visiting delegation discussed health matters especially the putting up of a factory in the country.
“This is to give hope to many Ugandans, particularly those with HIV/AIDS,” reveals the statement.
It should be noted that the Biotech Company offers the world’s first and only platform technology to isolate and culture plant stem cells.
This Company already operates in Kenya and Ghana on the African continent.
The South Korean delegation was led by the Youth State Minister, Mr. Ronald Kibuule.