Ugandans in South Korea request government to financially aid trade between the two countries

The Ministry of Trade would benefit from trade exhibitions if government were informed about the schedules

According to Kaziro, the restrictive South Korean visa  requirements can also be lessened when there is good relations between the two countries could lead to a relaxation of stringent visa by South Korea for Ugandans intending to visit the country.

“If the government can have bilateral talks with South Korea, it would facilitate Ugandans to come and trade freely which would improve the economy of Uganda and the relationship between the two countries,” Kaziro said.

He advised the Ugandan government to lobby for student visas to study from South Korean so as to optimize and exploit all the opportunities in the latter government.

Speaker Rebbecca Kadaga that she had knowledge of the Ugandan community in south Korea and a plan Ugandans in the Diaspora, which targeted North America, Netherlands and South Africa had already been drafted.

“I didn’t know that there was s uch a big population in South Korea. There is a plan to support other Diasporas, we can broaden and support can be sent here too,” she said.


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