DOHA — Ugandan Embassy in Qatar has successfully seen off 167 Ugandan Nationals who have been stranded in Meddle East country due to the Covid-19 pandemic
that resulted into the closure of Entebbe International airport to passenger flights in March.
Earlier in April, Embassy undertook the registration process of Ugandan Nationals who were stranded in Qatar and coordinated with Qatar Airlines for this repatriation flight which is expected to arrive at Entebbe on Friday 5.00 p.m.
This is one of the many repatriation exercises being undertaken in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Missions abroad for Ugandan nationals who were stranded abroad due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
H.E. Dr. Stephen Chemoiko Chebrot, conveyed a message of gratitude President Museveni for making it possible for people to return back to Uganda.
He also thanked as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for executing repatriation exercise.
Amb. Chebrot thanked the Embassy staff who have worked tirelessly as well the Peninsula Community of Ugandans did commendable work in coordinating the various groups to register with the Embassy.