He also said that Uganda was ready to export its electric cars (Kiira Motors) to Russia and was waiting for the Russian car industry in its market:
"We are open to cooperation with Russian car companies, for example, we have recently concluded an agreement with KAMAZ to build a factory in Uganda to produce trucks to sell in the African market."
Kizige said there are plans to launch direct flights between the countries and immediate plans for cooperation:
"The Ugandan foreign minister is going to come this year, then several Russian ministers will go to Uganda on the eve of the summit to hold an inter-governmental commission. We recently issued a dozen visas to Russian businessmen who went to Uganda".
The ambassador confirmed the previously announced plans for Russian participation in the construction of a nuclear power plant in Uganda:
"Because of COVID-19, this project has stalled, but an inter-governmental commission will soon be held in Kampala and this topic will be discussed as a priority. As well as our joint plans for projects in space".
The ambassador also confirmed the participation of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in the Russia-Africa summit to be held in St Petersburg in 2023.