Iran, Uganda confer on expansion of trade ties


Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy Mehdi Safari held talks with the President, Prime Minister, and Foreign Ministry Advisor of Uganda in Kampala for strengthening bilateral ties in all fields.

Heading a high-ranking economic delegation, Safari arrived in Uganda’s capital Kampala on Thursday to explore ways to increase bilateral interactions, IRNA reported.

During this visit, Safari discussed avenues of mutual cooperation with Uganda’s Minister of Trade, Industry, and Cooperatives Amelia Kyambadde, and Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries Frank Tumwebaze.—Tehran Times


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