Mbabazi meets Amb. Delisi

US ambassodor  Scott Delisi

Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and the American Ambassador Scott DeLisi have today met and discussed ways of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

Mbabazi said the two countries should always have a close dialogue to address issues

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The Premier made the remarks while receiving the United States Ambassador to Uganda who called on him at his Office in Kampala.

The two leaders also discussed ways of promoting human rights issues and good governance.

The Ambassador pledged the commitment of the American Government to continue supporting Uganda to transform her economy.