Connect with us


Minister Baryomunsi tells Ugandans to ‘Forget your problems, welcome NAM guests with smiles only’



Minister of Information, Communications Technology, and National Guidance, Chris Baryomunsi

As Uganda takes the center stage in hosting the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit and the G77+China Summit, the Minister of Information, Communications Technology, and National Guidance, Chris Baryomunsi, has issued a heartening call to citizens, urging them to set aside their problems and embrace the opportunity with smiles.

In a press conference held today, Baryomunsi emphasized the significance of the dual summits, bringing together leaders and representatives from across the globe. The Non-Aligned Movement Summit, alongside the G77+China Summit, marks a momentous occasion for Uganda, underscoring its role as a diplomatic hub.

“I call upon all Ugandans to welcome our guests with open hearts and warm smiles. These summits are not only an acknowledgment of our nation’s growing influence but also a chance for us to showcase the beauty and hospitality of Uganda,” stated Chris Baryomunsi.

The Minister encouraged citizens to embrace the spirit of unity and positivity during the events, emphasizing that the summits provide a unique opportunity for Uganda to strengthen diplomatic ties and foster cooperation with nations from various corners of the world.

As part of the preparations for the summits, he highlighted the government’s commitment to ensuring a seamless and memorable experience for all participants. The hosting of such prestigious events not only puts Uganda in the global spotlight but also opens doors for potential collaborations and partnerships.

The Non-Aligned Movement Summit and the G77+China Summit are expected to provide a platform for constructive discussions on pressing global issues, reinforcing Uganda’s commitment to international cooperation and diplomacy. With smiles on their faces, Ugandans are ready to showcase the warmth and hospitality that define their nation as they welcome leaders and delegates from around the world.

Continue Reading