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Strengthening Bilateral Relations: A New Chapter for Uganda and Namibia

In a recent ceremony at State House, Entebbe, I had the honor of accompanying Namibian High Commissioner H.E. Lebbius Tangeni Tobias as he presented his credentials to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. This event marked a significant moment in the enduring friendship between Uganda and Namibia.




Uganda and Namibia share not only diplomatic ties but also a deep-rooted history of cooperation and collaboration. These bonds extend beyond mere agreements; they are a testament to the strength of partnerships built on mutual respect and shared values.



As I took in the grandeur of the occasion, I couldn't help but reflect on the role of honorary consuls like myself in fostering such meaningful connections. Honorary consuls play a vital part in promoting diplomatic relations, trade, and cultural exchange between nations. We serve as bridges that connect our home countries to our host nations, creating opportunities for growth and cooperation.

The newly accredited envoys and ambassadors, including Namibia's High Commissioner H.E. Lebbius Tangeni Tobias, bring with them a commitment to deepening the ties between our nations. Their presence signifies the importance of Uganda and Namibia's long-standing relationship, which we are eager to strengthen further.


It is a privilege to be part of this journey as the Honorary Consul of Namibia to Uganda. My appointment signifies not only the trust and confidence placed in me but also the shared aspirations of both nations for a future filled with collaboration, progress, and mutual understanding.


As we embark on this new chapter in Uganda-Namibia relations, I am reminded of the power of partnerships, the significance of diplomacy, and the role each of us can play in building a better future.


It is my hope that through our collective efforts, we will strengthen the bonds that unite us and foster a future filled with shared prosperity.




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