Museveni heads to Vietnam, Alupo to take charge

By Our Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni on Wednesday morning left for the socialist Republic of Vietnam for a 3-day state visit.

While in Vietnam, the president will hold talks with the Vietnamese government leaders on various areas of cooperation and common interest.

President Museveni boards the plane to Hanoi, Vietnam. Courtesy photo

The president will also attend the Vietnam-Uganda business forum, a summit being organized by the Private Sector Foundation  Uganda (PSFU) and Uganda Investment Authority in partnership with the ministry of trade, Industry and cooperatives, the ministry of foreign Affairs, Equity Bank Uganda and the Honorary Consul of Vietnam in Uganda in collaboration with the Vietnam government.

The trade exhibition will run concurrently with the business summit scheduled for 23rd to 26th November and will provide a platform for the public sector, private sector, and financial institutions to engage and interact with potential investors and partners that will in the long run boost trade between the two countries.

The President was seen off at the Entebbe International Airport by the Vice President Jessica Alupo.

Others at the Airport who saw him off included; the Minister for Presidency Babirye Milly Babalanda, Head of Public Service and Secretary to cabinet Ms. Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, Commissioner General of Prisons Johnson Byabashaija, Major Gen. Abel Kandiiho, the Joint Chief of Staff Uganda Police and Commander UPDF Air Force, Lt. Gen. Charles Okidi

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