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Lukashenko Sends Warm Wishes to Uganda on Independence Day

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Lukashenko and Museveni: Bonding Over Authoritarianism on Uganda's Independence Day
Lukashenko and Museveni: Bonding Over Authoritarianism on Uganda's Independence Day
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  • Lukashenko Extends Friendship to Uganda on Its Independence Day
  • Belarus President Lukashenko Congratulates Uganda on Independence Day
  • Belarus and Uganda Strengthen Bonds on Uganda’s Independence Day

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has sent a message of congratulations to President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda as the nation marks its Independence Day. The press service of the Belarusian leader shared this information.

In his message, President Lukashenko acknowledged Uganda’s significant influence in Africa, highlighting its recent election as the chair of the Non-Aligned Movement. He also expressed Belarus’s deep appreciation for the strong and enduring diplomatic relations that the two countries have cultivated over the past 25 years, based on friendship and trust.

Furthermore, Lukashenko noted that Belarus and Uganda share common views on important global issues, particularly the mutual commitment to building a more balanced and equitable multipolar world.

The Belarusian president conveyed his eagerness to expand cooperation between the two nations and emphasized the importance of intensified contacts. He specifically welcomed the involvement of business sectors in enhancing bilateral relations and identified various promising areas for collaboration, including agriculture, food security, industry, information technologies, healthcare, energy, and education.

In closing, Aleksandr Lukashenko extended his best wishes to President Yoweri Museveni for good health and success. He also conveyed his hopes for the well-being and prosperity of the Ugandan people.


Belarus’s Message to Uganda on Independence Day

Sender Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko
Receiver President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda
Date October 9th
Message Congratulations on Uganda’s Independence Day. Belarus admires Uganda’s influence in Africa, as demonstrated by its role as chair of the Non-Aligned Movement. We cherish our 25-year friendship and trust-based diplomatic ties and share common perspectives on global issues. We are eager to expand cooperation, especially in agriculture, food security, industry, information technologies, healthcare, energy, and education. Best wishes for your health and success, and prosperity for your people.

In a nutshell, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko congratulated Uganda on its Independence Day, expressing admiration for Uganda’s influence in Africa and the strong diplomatic ties between the two countries. He emphasized their shared views on global issues and highlighted the potential for collaboration in various sectors. Lukashenko also extended warm wishes for President Museveni’s well-being and the prosperity of the Ugandan people.