By; News room
President Yoweri Museveni has joined other heads of states to condemn acts of terrorism noting that its perpetrators inflict violence indiscriminately without good reasons insisting on dialogue in case of disagreement.
Museveni was speaking at the residence of the British High Commissioner in Nakasero during celebrations to mark the official 91st birthday of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth the second. The event also marked the year of the Queen’s Sapphire Jubilee as she made 65 years of her reign on the British throne.
He expressed his condolences and sympathy to the people of Britain over the incidents as well as the fire that gutted an apartment structure on Wednesday night this week also in London. He described fire the incident as a misfortune.
Museveni observed the cordial relationship between the two countries especially in the recovery assistance for Uganda in the refurbishment of Owen Falls Dam but stressed the need for more investments, tourism, technical cooperation and trade between the 2 Commonwealth member countries.
The British High Commissioner to Uganda, Peter West, applauded Uganda’s growth and her solidarity with refugees that is why it got the opportunity to host the Solidarity Summit an indicative of Uganda’s immense contribution to the care of refugees.