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photoKwibuka23: Nation opted for unity – Amb. Rwamucyo

Rwanda has chosen to focus on things that unite its people, the country’s envoy to India told a gathering in the capital, New Delhi, while paying homage to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

Ernest Rwamucyo, Rwanda’s High Commissioner to India, said Rwanda is determined to uproot the history of bad governance, discrimination, the culture of impunity, hatred and bigotry which laid the foundation for the Genocide and tore Rwandan society apart. Read More…


photoRwandans in India, Netherlands mark Liberation Day

Ernest Rwamucyo, the High Commissioner of Rwanda to India, hosted a dinner reception in New Delhi Tuesday to celebrate the country’s 23rd Liberation Day.

The event was graced by more than 300 guests, including senior Indian government officials, diplomats, members of the Indian business fraternity, and Rwandan Diaspora members living around the capital, who gathered to honour the struggle led by the Rwanda Patriotic Front and the liberation of the country from the Genocidal regime on July 4, 1994. Read More…