were inked following delegation-level talks between Prime Minister Narendra
Modi and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala on 24 July 2018.
two leaders comprehensively reviewed all aspects of bilateral relations. India
also announced two Lines of Credit worth nearly 200 million US dollars to
Uganda in energy, infrastructure, agriculture and dairy sectors.
a joint press briefing with the Ugandan President after the talks, Mr Modi
said, India will continue to play a stable partner in the country's
journey towards development.
said, India will also give vehicles, ambulances and cancer therapy machine to
Uganda. He said, the two countries share historic and age-old ties which are
close to India's heart.
Prime Minister said, training, capacity building and infrastructure creation
are core areas of cooperation between India and Uganda.
on the occasion, the Ugandan President said Mr Modi has changed India, ushering
in progress in the country by promoting efficiency.
said the two countries would work together in trade, investment and tourism
sectors, supporting mutual prosperity through reciprocity. Mr Museveni thanked
the Indian Prime Minister for offering to build a commemoration centre in Kampala
in memory of Mahatma Gandhi.
Modi reached Ugandan capital, Kampala this afternoon on the second leg of his
three-African nations tour after concluding his Rwanda visit.
is the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister to the country in over 20 years.
The Prime Minister was accorded a ceremonial reception at the State
Modi will also deliver the keynote address at the Ugandan Parliament, the first
Indian Prime Minister to do so. He will also interact with members of the