President Paul Kagame this Thursday met and interacted with a delegation of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs who are in Rwanda for a five-day visit. The discussions focused on Rwanda’s journey towards development in the last 25 years.
The 22 delegation members of the Chicago council met President Paul Kagame at village Urugwiro and held discussions focusing on Rwanda’s journey in the last 25 years after the 1994 genocide perpetrated against the Tutsis and the road of unity and reconciliation Rwandans undertook.
Head of the delegation Ivo Daalder said that Rwanda has a lot to share with the United States of America as partners in development.
Minister of State in the ministry of foreign affairs, Amb. Olivier Nduhungirehe explained that the delegation was eager to learn more about the country and how far it has come due to good governance and good political will."They talked on various issues with the President including Rwanda’s journey in the last 25 years politically, economically and social welfare of the Rwandan people. They applauded the political goodwill, good governance, and the culture as a unifying factor. They really wanted to know the country’s journey through the 25 years." Nduhungirehe said.
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This team is slated to visit the Volcanoes national park this Friday. The delegation also held talks with the ministry of foreign affairs and the ministry of finance and economic planning.
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