Angry Museveni Eats Humble Pie As Uganda Apologises to China
A standoff occurred between the two countries over President Yoweri Museveni's letter which named two Chinese diplomats in the illegal sale of ivory.
Monitor, 12 June 2017
The Ugandan government has apologised to China after the latter rejected allegations that two of its diplomats working in Uganda were involved in the trafficking of ivory. Read more »
Uganda's ministry of foreign affairs officials led by the permanent secretary Patrick Mugoya (L) meet with Chinese Diplomats.
A letter authored by President Yoweri Museveni has drawn the country into a diplomatic row with the world's second-largest economy, over controversial ivory trafficking claims. Read more »
The Chinese ambassador, Zheng Zhuqiang, has strongly disputed some of the claims contained in President Museveni's letter to the inspector general of government, ordering an ... Read more »