The diplomatic relations between the countries date back to October 13, 1962
The diplomatic relations between the countries date back to October 13, 1962.
On February 9, 1965, the USSR and Uganda signed a Trade Agreement in Kampala, Uganda.
August 10, 2012 saw Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's visit to Moscow.
The Russian-Ugandan Government-to-Government Agreement of August 21, 2014 paved the way in May 2015 for establishment of an Intergovernmental Committee on Trade & Economic and Scientific & Technical Cooperation.
The Military and Technical Cooperation Agreement was signed by the Russian and Ugandan Governments on November 18, 2003 in Kampala.
Before 1990 came, Russia had supplied Uganda with T-72 and PT-76 tanks, BTR-60 APCs, and MiG-21 fighters. These were followed by T-90S tanks and Su-30MK2 fighters after 1990.
Uganda hosts a representative office of Rostec, Russia’s state corporation, that also projects Rosoboronexport’s interests in the country.
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