UGANDA EMBASSY IN BERLIN CELEBRATES UGANDA'S 55TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY

The Uganda Embassy in Berlin has celebrated Uganda's 55th Independence Anniversary at a colourful ceremony hosted by Uganda's Ambassador to Germany H.E Marcel R. Tibaleka. The function was graced by Mrs. Isabel Henin, Deputy Head of the East African Division at the Federal Foreign Office of Germany as Guest of Honour. The theme for this year's independence was, "Uganda's freedom must be anchored in the spirit of hard work, resilience and commitment." 

UGANDAN PRESIDENT, GERMAN MINISTER DISCUSS SECURITY IN SOUTH SUDAN, BURUNDI AND SOMALIA

H.E. President Yoweri Museveni has held a follow up meeting with the German Foreign Minister Mr. Sigmar Gabriel at the sidelines of the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, during which they discussed about the security situation in South Sudan, Burundi and Somalia.

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H.E. PRESIDENT MUSEVENI MEETS GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER

The German Federal Foreign Minister, Mr. Sigmar Gabriel has commended President Yoweri Museveni and the National Resistance Movement Government for Uganda's policy towards refugees.

UGANDA CELEBRATES HER 55TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY

Amb. Marcel R. Tibaleka, on behalf of the staff of the Uganda Embassy in Berlin, congratulates H.E. President Yoweri Museveni and all Ugandans upon this auspicious day as Uganda celebrates her 55th Independence Anniversary.

Please note that the Embassy is closed today 9th October 2017 and will reopen for official business tomorrow 10th October 2017.

SIX EAST AFRICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ATTEND COACHING COURSE IN GERMANY

Prof. Maria Bohmer, Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office, has presided over the pass out ceremony for six participants who completed a football coaching course for young trainers from the East Africa Community member countries.

GERMAN SCHOLARS COMMEND UGANDA FOR ITS OPEN REFUGEE POLICY

Uganda has been commended for its open refugee policies at a time where other nations have implemented harsh restrictions on immigration and threatened to close their borders. This was at the International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in Africa 2017 that took place at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin from 16th to 20th August 2017.