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OPM Aide Shares Insights On Prime Minister Nabbanja's Delegation To New York

OPM Aide Shares Insights On Prime Minister Nabbanja’s Delegation To New York

An aide from the Office of the Prime Minister ( OPM )  recently provided insights into the delegation led by Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja to New York.

According to the OPM aide, the delegation’s visit to New York was a crucial opportunity to engage in diplomatic relations and highlight Uganda’s interests on a global platform.

The presence of Prime Minister Nabbanja and her team was intended to represent the country and actively participate in the United Nations events and meetings.

The aide emphasized the significance of such delegations in fostering international cooperation and solidifying Uganda’s position on various global issues.

The visit aimed to strengthen alliances, seek support for national development initiatives, and raise awareness about the country’s challenges and accomplishments.

The prime minister’s delegation played a pivotal role in conveying Uganda’s concerns and priorities during their participation in the United Nations sessions.

The discussions covered a wide range of topics including sustainable development goals, climate change, peacekeeping efforts, and global health.

The OPM aide acknowledged that the international engagement required extensive preparations and coordination.

Contribution to international discussions

This involved collaborating with relevant ministries, departments, and agencies to ensure the delegation effectively represented Uganda’s interests and effectively communicated its policy objectives.

Prime Minister Nabbanja’s presence in New York underscored the government’s commitment to global affairs and its desire to actively contribute to international discussions and decision-making processes.

The delegation’s active participation in various forums displayed Uganda’s dedication to addressing global challenges and advancing the nation’s interests on the global stage.

It is important to note that Prime Minister Nabbanja’s delegation received support and guidance from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ensure their visit successfully advocated for Uganda’s strategic goals.

In conclusion, the OPM aide shed light on the purpose and significance of Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja’s delegation to New York.

The visit aimed to promote Uganda’s interests, engage in diplomatic relations, and actively participate in important United Nations events.

The delegation’s involvement showcased the government’s commitment to addressing global challenges and advancing Uganda’s developmental aspirations.

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