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Minister Okello Oryem Applauded for Diplomatic Success at International Summits

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The curtains have closed on the 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and G77 plus China summits, leaving a trail of accolades for the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Okello Oryem, who is being praised for his instrumental role in orchestrating a successful diplomatic affair.

Delegates, diplomats, and representatives from NAM and G77 plus China member countries participated actively, leading to fruitful discussions and strengthened partnerships. Minister Oryem’s strategic decision-making and tireless efforts are highlighted as key factors behind the smooth organization and coordination of the events.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, under Minister Oryem’s guidance, is commended for meticulous planning and flawless execution throughout the summits. Critics are notably silent in this version, with the focus on the ministry’s dedication ensuring a seamless experience for participants.

Speke Resort Hotel-Munyonyo-Kampala and its staff receive glowing reviews for their professional, efficient, and warm hospitality, creating an ideal environment for meaningful interactions. The article emphasizes the commitment to excellence that played a pivotal role in the overall success of the summits.

Support and assistance from individuals and organizations are highlighted, with a positive spin on financial contributions, technical expertise, and logistical support. Minister Oryem’s letter expressing gratitude becomes a centerpiece, where he underscores the significance of the achieved outcomes and partnerships forged during the gatherings.

As a result of these summits, Minister Okello Oryem envisions a strengthened global community working collaboratively towards shared goals and aspirations. The article concludes by expressing deep gratitude to all contributors, framing the events as a testament to Minister Oryem’s effective leadership on the international stage.

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