President Museveni on four day working visit to Israel
Publish Date: Nov 14, 2011
President Museveni on four day working visit to Israel
President Yoweri Museveni mets the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his office in Jerusalem
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President Yoweri Museveni has met and held discussions with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his official residence at Beit Rosh Hamemushala in Jerusalem.

Accordig to a State House statement, the two leaders discussed matters of mutual interest including attracting Israel investors to Uganda and promoting infrastructure development. 
The President who arrived in the country on Sunday for a four day working visit is also due to meet Israel’s President Shimon Perez and other Israel leaders.
Israel and Uganda have both called for enhanced economic cooperation between the two countries.

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