Rwanda minister of foreign affairs and Cooperation Louise Mushikiwabo praises bilateral relationship between Rwanda and Congo-brazaville as the indications to consolidate the development of pan-African vision.
She remarks while inaugurating Rwanda embassy in Congo Brazaville on 20 August 2016. She said during its launch, it was due to maintained effort of the two heads of state.
“The launch of this embassy, it proves our determination in African based development as our leaders asserted. The solution for socio-economic problems is to have the same vision and same objectives,” Mushikiwabo said.
Rwanda embassy in Congo-Brazaville will also cover Rwanda jurisdiction in six country members of Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC) includes Cameroun, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic and Tchad.
The two countries’ recent settlement to open embassies, firstly implemented by Rwanda in 2015. In February 2016, Dr. Habyarimana Jean Baptiste submitted his credentials to His Excellence Denis Sassou Nguesso to allow him as Rwanda ambassador in that country.
In 2014, The Government announced plans to open five new embassies to strengthen its bilateral relations with various countries. The new embassies would be opened in Angola, Zambia, Congo-Brazzaville, Abu Dhabi, and Israel with the aim of promoting Rwanda’s continental and worldwide relations and operations.
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