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President Museveni has expressed his eagerness to collaborate with British investors and attract more tourists from the United Kingdom.
The President highlighted the potential for mutual growth and prosperity between the two countries during a meeting with the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Edward, at State House Entebbe yesterday.
Prince Edward is the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip.
The President informed Prince Edward that he specifically tasked the British High Commissioner to Uganda, Kate Airey, to facilitate these endeavors, emphasizing the priority placed on fostering partnerships in business and tourism.
He also extended his heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery to King Charles III upon learning of his health status from Prince Edward during the meeting.
On the other hand, the Duke of Edinburgh expressed his interest in Uganda, stating that he would return with his family to explore the country further.
He particularly noted his desire to visit Uganda’s famed gorillas, recognizing the significance of promoting tourism for both nations.
The Duke of Edinburgh further informed the President that his visit to Uganda is aimed at raising awareness of the award as well as on the impact of non-formal education and learning framework that can encourage young people to find their purpose, passion and place in the world.

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