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Sweden said on Wednesday it would stop development aid payments to Uganda "because of the anti-gay legislation" passed in late February.
"The government reaffirms its strong condemnation of the Ugandan legislation that violates the fundamental rights of homosexuals, bisexuals and transgender people," Minister for International Development Cooperation Hillevi Engstroem said. That's why the government has decided to withhold state-to-state payments," she added without specifying the amount involved.
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