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Uganda to open new passport centre in Beijing- Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has announced that it will be opening a new passport centre in Beijing, China in May as one of the ways to ease issuance and renewal of passports for Ugandans in China.
The ministry spokesperson, Simon Mundeyi said the new passport centre will officially be opened on May, 2.
“The new passport centre in Beijing will serve Ugandans living and working in that city as well as the entire China and those in nearby Hongkong,” Mundeyi said.
With increased ties between Kampala and Beinjing, many Ugandans either live, work or study in Chinese universities and cities.
Many others have businesses in the Asian country and the new passport centre in the capital Beijing will help serve them in terms of renewing and applying for new passports.
The passport centre in Beijing will be the seventh following those that had either been opened in Washington, London, Pretoria, Abu Dhabi, Ottawa and Copenhagen.

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