As the invited panelist for the seminar, H.E Guillaume Kavaruganda presented his opening remarks on the topic of economic integration in Africa before the Panel discussion begins. Emphasizing upon the opportunities that economic integration of Africa will bring to Rwanda, His Excellency also pointed out that the efficiency of economic integration programmes should be prioritized over their quantity. Quoting Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, His Excellency […]
President Paul Kagame, who was overwhelmingly re-elected with over 98 per cent of the vote, took oath of office on Friday in a colorful event held at Amahoro National Stadium. His new term runs until 2024. The inauguration ceremony was attended by more than 20 African Heads of State, several former African heads of state, among other dignitaries from across the globe. In his inauguration speech, […]
Along with diplomatics representatives and Friends of Rwanda, the High Commission celebrates the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Rwanda at a dinner reception.
In his opening speech, H.E Guillaume Kavaruganda welcomed distinguished guests Dr. Maliki Osman (Singapore’s Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Mr. Rotimi Chibuike Amaeki (Nigeria’s Minister of Transport), High Commissioners and Ambassadors, Members of the Diplomatic Corps and members of the African community in Singapore. Keeping in mind the 2017 theme of the African Union, “Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through […]
Remember – Unite – Renew “Remember the Genocide against the Tutsi Fighting Genocide Ideology – Build on our Progress”
The High Commission participated in the ICT Expo 2017 – the 5th International Coffee & Tea Industry Expo in Singapore. During the 3-day event, Rwanda coffee and tea products are showcased to industry players and the general public. A seminar was also given by Mr George William Kayonga. Entitled “Rwanda Coffee and Tea: The shift from quantity to quality”, the seminar highlighted the growth and […]
Excerpt from H.E Guillaume Kavaruganda’s speech: “We have reasons to celebrate: We are celebrating life over death, We are celebrating light over the darkness, We are celebrating hope over desperation We are celebrating joy over the sorrow.”
“The Rwandan community in Singapore and friends of Rwanda gather for the 22nd Commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. As we take a moment of silence to remember those who lost their lives, we also take the time to remember the fight against genocide denial and ideology. The genocide ideology perpetrated by past leadership with ill-intentions and misguided thinking should not […]
In celebration of Singapore’s golden jubilee, Rwanda sends its well wishes to the island-state in the form of a Chingay Parade delegation. The delegation, led by the Inganzo Ngari dance troupe, performed the traditional Intore dance (also known as the ‘Dance of Leaders’) and the Umushayayo dance of Women during the 2-day Parade. Photos courtesy of People’s Association.