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    Uganda is a country located in East Africa. They border Kenya, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Tanzania. Upon gaining independence from the United Kingdom in 1962, Uganda remained a member of both the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations.

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    They are predominantly female. Usually depicted in traditional African attire. They can be seen wearing Knuckles the Echidna's (from Sonic the Hedgehog) hoodie, which represents both the (name) relationship with their country's name and the type of animal Knuckles is.

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    Uganda is a kind and cheerful country. They love the whole world around them, but most of all, nature.

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    Color, meaning HEX RGB
    Black symbolizes African people. #000000 0, 0, 0
    Yellow symbolizes the African sun. #FCDC04 252, 220, 4
    Red symbolizes African brotherhood. #D90000 217, 0, 0

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    During the 5th and 6th centuries, the early feudal state of Kitara was founded in the present-day territory of Uganda. During the 14th and 15th centuries, Kitara experienced its heyday. Due to subsequent civil war however, Kitara split into several states.

    In the 1860s, there were four independent states in Uganda: Buganda, Unyoro, Nkore and Toro. Due to European intervention, religious wars began, lasting from 1888 to 1892. Alongside these wars, a colonial struggle for control over Uganda between Great Britain and Germany also began. In 1890, the two countries signed an agreement relegating influence to the region to Britain. In 1894, Great Britain declared a protectorate over Uganda.

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    On October 9, 1962, Uganda became an independent state. In the 1960s, there was a power struggle between the president and the prime minister in Uganda. The old constitution was abolished and a temporary one was introduced. A new constitution, adopted in 1967, abolished the federal structure, transforming Uganda into a unitary state.

    On January 25, 1971, a military coup took place in Uganda, as a result of which a dictatorship was established. Relations with Israel were severed and a pro-Arab policy was maintained. In October 1978, war broke out with Tanzania. It lasted only a year and ended with the defeat of Uganda.

    From 1981 to 1986, there was a Civil War in Uganda. From 1986 to 1995, a transitional period was declared in Uganda. In 1995, a new constitution was adopted. In 1995, relations between Uganda and Sudan deteriorated, which were renewed only in 2002.

    From 1998 to 2002, Uganda participated in the Second Congolese War.

    In 2005, amendments were made to the constitution, one of which allowed the president to be elected an unlimited number of times.

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    File:Uganda map.svg

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    • United States - Helps develop democracy and my economy, and supplies me with new technology.
    • Kenya - We are a member of the East African Community, which contributes to the development of trade between us. Previously, we often quarreled over ideological and territorial differences.

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    • Israel - Although we do not even have official diplomatic relations, we look forward to establishing them in the future.

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    • Tanzania - We had a very tense relationship in the 1970s, which led to the war in 1978. After it ended and my defeat in 1979, I had to pay them reparations until 2007. We are now a member of the East African Community.

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