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Africa (Uganda): Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Representative to the United Nations, met Yesterday with Uganda President Yoweri K Museveni in order to discuss regional matters of security and economic hardships occasioned by the Ukrain-Russian war. 

During the meeting, Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield reiterated the importance of supporting democratic institutions in Uganda.

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Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield and President Museveni conferred on their shared commitment to helping advance peace in Somalia, South Sudan, & the Great Lakes region. 

They also discussed efforts to help mitigate the effect of Russia’s war on Ukraine on global food security and commodity prices, which were already heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change.

Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield also praised Uganda for its long-standing open-door policy and hospitality towards refugees, its leadership in global health security, and its commitment to economic development.

President of Uganda “Yoweri Museveni’ himself, gave all this information via his tweet in which he wrote 

“, Yesterday, the U.S Ambassador to the UN H.E Linda Thomas-Greenfield called on me at State House Entebbe. We had a good conversation on regional issues of security and, of course, the economic hardships occasioned by the Ukraine-Russian war.”

President Yoweri Museveni always showed his good relations with Russia, and even after the invasion between Russia and Ukraine, he still stood brave in front of all and supported Russia.

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Last month, he stated that he had no reason to criticise Russia over the invasion of Ukraine and praised Russian-African friendship during the visit of Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov.

Museveni also praised Russia as a partner in the struggle against colonialism going back a century.

When President Museveni supported Russia, several people raised questions about why Uganda supported Russia in the wrong deeds. 

After that, President Museveni answered them that we are with Russia, but if Russia goes wrong, we will correct them rather than support them, “But when they have not made a mistake, we cannot be against them.” 

“Whenever any issue comes up, and everybody wants us to go against Russia, we say, ‘But the thing they always with us for the last 100 years. How can we be automatically against them?” Museveni said. 

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