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Sri Lanka backs Kutesa for UN top job
Publish Date: Jun 05, 2014
Sri Lanka backs Kutesa for UN top job
Ugandas Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Okello Oryem (L) is received by the Sri Lankan President, Mahinda Rajapakse at the Presidential House in Colombo Sri Lanka on June 3, 2014.
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Uganda's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Okello Oryem (L) is received by the Sri Lankan President, Mahinda Rajapakse at the Presidential House in Colombo Sri Lanka on June 3, 2014.

Okello said Sri Lanka confirmed its full support of Uganda's candidature of Sam Kutesa for the President for United Nations General Assembly.

 

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