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He thanked the Ambassador for his country’s continued support to Uganda in the health sector and for providing tractors to Ugandan and called for continued good relations for the mutual benefit of the two peoples.
Amb. Dabiran applauded the diversity of Uganda’s education system, noting that two of his children are in universities in Kampala.
The Minister also met with the Ambassador Rashed AI-Hajri of the State of Kuwait to Uganda resident in Addis- Ababa, who presented his credentials to him.
Amb. Rashed hailed the good and cordial relations existing between the two countries and informed Hon Okello that he is already sourcing for investments for Uganda, citing an example of Dao group which is interested in starting a refinery and a Cement plant in Mbale.
He informed that the foundation stone for the multi-billion Cement plant will be laid on November 1, 2012.
Hon. Oryem encouraged Ambassador Rashed in his efforts and promised cooperation from the Ugandan side aimed at strengthening the relations between the two the countries.
He also appreciated the Ambassador’s initiative to bring investor’s to Uganda even before officially presenting his credentials.
The Ambassador informed that Kuwait will host the 3rd Africa-Arab summit in March 2013 and extended an invitation to Uganda.
He said that the summit is aimed at developing cooperation between the African and Arab worlds.
Hon. Gryem was grateful for the invitation and promised Uganda’s attendance and thanked the Ambassador for the good work and expressed his willingness to continue working together especially in the investment sector for the development of both Uganda and Kuwait.