Rwandan diplomats to contribute to National Development

Rwandan diplomats to contribute to National Development

Yanditswe March, 14 2019 at 08:34 AM | 3687 Views

As he spoke to Rwandan diplomats, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Dr. Richard Sezibera, elaborated that the National Leadership Retreat resolutions support both locals and the diaspora achieve desired objectives.

The retreat of Rwandan diplomats was delegated by the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Dr. Richard Sezibera. They discussed on different resolutions in the aftermath of the 16th National Leadership Retreat and how they can contribute towards a common goal as explained by Foreign Affairs Minister.

Among other points discussed include setting up a diaspora youth forum to give the youth a voice and platform to contribute to national development. Dr. Richard Sezibera also elaborated on the plans of the 25th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi.

“They are many programs we have resolved to, beit in America, on the African continent in different countries, at the UN and AU headquarters, European Embssies and several other places, there are many plans to commemorate and leaders in those countries will join with Rwandans in those countries in commemoration activities, I can thank Rwandans in the diaspora for joining hands in preparation of this commemoration activity, they seek for cooperation together, financial support, and we also support in our ways, it is an activity for RWANDANS, not Rwandan embassies in those countries. I would like to thank them for than:”

The retreat for Rwandan Ambassadors comes two days after the 16th National Leadership retreat which ended with 10 resolutions all aimed at improving services for public institutions and the private sector for further development.

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