The Mission Charter

1. PREAMBLE

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The Nairobi Mission Charter is designed in line with the Uganda Ministry of Foreign Affairs five year Strategic Plan 2010/11 and takes due resonance of the strategic importance of Kenya in terms of promotion of Investment, trade and tourism, strengthening the East African Community (EAC) integration process and Uganda’s national security interests.

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Kenya is ranked the second biggest source of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and there is significant growth in the volume of trade between the two countries.

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The Nairobi Mission is also accredited to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Center for Human Settlements (UN-HABITAT).

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The Mission promotes, enhances and sustains a positive image of Uganda in Kenya and the region.

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2. THE MISSION CHARTER

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The Nairobi Mission is tasked with implementing the following:

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  • To promote peace and security between Uganda and Kenya.
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  • To promote Uganda’s exports, investment opportunities, education facilities and tourism/cultural attractions.
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  • To mobilize bilateral and multilateral resources for the Development of Uganda.
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  • To promote the EAC Regional Cooperation and integration process.
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  • To provide diplomatic, protocol and consular services in Kenya.
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  • To mobilize and empower the Ugandans in Kenya for development.
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  • To empower the Mission to implement its Charter.
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