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China Donates a Fleet of SUVs to Uganda For an International Conference That Never Happened

China’s ambassador to Uganda, Zheng Zhuqiang, handed over 70 brand new SUVs to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa at a ceremony in Kampala on Wednesday.

The vehicles were supposed to have been used at last April’s G77 Summit in the Ugandan capital, which was canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Officials said the cars will be used for other official functions.

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