Rwanda and China commemorate their 52nd year of diplomatic relations
The countries will explore the conditions for further co-operation in various fields
Marking the 52nd anniversary of their diplomatic ties, Rwanda and China commemorated their strong and evolving relationship, shedding light on remarkable accomplishments and prospects for future collaboration.
Addressing the audience in Kigali, Philip Karenzi, the Director General of Rwanda’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, accentuated the deepening and vibrant nature of the Rwanda-China bond.
He further highlighted China’s noteworthy contributions in areas such as trade, investment, healthcare, education, and agriculture, which have brought about transformative economic changes and enhanced the quality of life for Rwandan citizens. This is reported by
Xinhua News Agency, a partner of TV BRICS.
Emphasizing the presence of mutual respect and dynamism in the diplomatic relations between the two nations, the Chinese Ambassador to Rwanda, Wang Xuekun, underscored their significance. Wang emphasized that, throughout the past 52 years, the relationship between China and Rwanda hasgrown sturdy and robust. He further recognized the successful progression of this partnership, which has acquired strategic significance for both countries.
The event brought together government officials, representatives from the private sector, business, academia, civil society organisations and the Chinese community in Rwanda.