PHOTO: Hon. Nkunyingi Muwada, Shaddow Affairs Minister
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HON. NKUNYINGI Muwada, Foreign Affairs Shadow Minister in Uganda is not shocked on learning about the issuance of level 3, travel advisory for Uganda dated June 12, 2023 by United States of America/International community concerns.
In a Press Statement released, Shadow minister of Foreigh Affairs Nkunyingi who also doubles as Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, said Uganda citizens should take precautions following the issuance of level 3 travel advisory for Ugandans by the United States of America.
The US level 3 travel advisory quotes inter alia critical aspects of insecurity, violent crimes, rule of law and human rights concerns. It further outlines precautionary measures for US citizens whilst in Uganda.
MP Nkunyingi Muwada advised Uganda citizens to equally follow the precautionary isued by the United States of America to it’s citizens in the updated level 3 travel advisory.
He noted that, strangely, the Uganda regime declined renewing host agreements for sensitive international organizations including the UN Human Rights office and several other International agencies. Several other International organisations some from USA announced closure. “We take keen interest in the strained relations between Uganda and the International Community plus resultant positions taken by the International Community. Though not surprised, we condemn the evasive conduct of the Uganda regime and ministry of Foreign Affairs on many critical concerns raised by the International Community some of which would have been settled diplomatically.” Reads Statement from Shadow Foreign Affairs minister in Uganda.
He talked a out how Diplomacy warrants mutual and timely engagements.
“As well, some salient concerns like the rule of law, Human Rights and democratic values have been regularly echoed by the Uganda opposition with no redress to date. In line with our alternative diplomacy, we shall keep the Uganda public informed as we mornitor developments in the world and the state of affairs in Uganda.” Said MP Nkunyingi Muwada.
He demands that there should be negotiations between the USA and Uganda Government although he acuses Uganda concerned embassies on being silent.
“Our embassies are silent. No embassy is speaking. As opposition we offer alternative. We need negotiations.” Foreign Affairs Shadow minister Nkunyingi Muwada told journalists in a Press conference.
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