President Yoweri Museveni has received the outgoing American Ambassador to Uganda, Deborah Malac, who called on him today at State House, Entebbe to take leave of him after her 4-year tour of duties in Uganda.
"After 39 years in diplomatic service alone for the United States of America, @USAmbUganda tells me she will be ending her duty here in a few days. I thank Ms. Malac and wish her luck in her next move" Museveni wrote on Twitter.
Ambassador Malac said that she enjoyed her stay in Uganda and called for further strengthening of the bonds of bilateral cooperation between Uganda and the United States of America.
She informed the President that she is retiring to private work in America following 39 years of service as her countrys envoy in a number of countries including Cameroon, South Africa, Senegal, Liberia, Ethiopia and Uganda, she will return to Africa focusing on issues of investment for development particularly in Uganda because of the countrys conducive climate, plenty of sunshine and the good political environment.
President Museveni wished Ambassador Malac good luck in her retirement.
"I wish you good luck in your retirement. We shall keep in touch, he said.