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President Kagame received letters of credence from three new envoys

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President Paul Kagame has received letters of credence from three new envoys in Rwanda, who are representing their respective countries.

This was announced by the Office of the President of Rwanda. “Today at Urugwiro Village, President Kagame received letters of credence from the new envoys: Ambassador Nermine Mohamed Essam Eldin Elshafie El Zawahry of Egypt, High Commissioner Julie Crowley of Canada, and High Commissioner Janet Mwawasi Oben of Kenya.”

Janet Mwawasi Oben, the new High Commissioner of Kenya in Rwanda, stated that the relationship between Kenya and Rwanda is not recent but has deep historical roots. She expressed her commitment to strengthening this relationship further.

“Kenya wants to regain its position as one of the first countries to engage in business with Rwanda. We have recently signed various cooperation agreements with Rwanda, which includes expanding transportation cooperation through the port of Mombasa,” said Ambassador Janet Oben.

The Ambassador of Egypt to Rwanda, Mohamed Essam Eldin Elshafie El Zawahry, stated that she is ready to promote normal relations between Egypt and Rwanda.

“There is a political will on the part of Egypt to expand cooperation between the two countries in various fields, including politics, economy, health, security, and military,” he said.

Canada’s ambassador to Rwanda, Julie Crowley, also expressed her confidence in developing the relationship between her country and Rwanda as it has already taken root.

“We will focus on continuing trade relations between our countries. We already have a significant number of Rwandans living in Canada, and we can rely on them. Additionally, Canadian companies operating in Rwanda can contribute to the development of this relationship,” said Ambassador Crowley.

“Based on the state of Rwanda’s priorities, we will continue providing assistance in areas such as development, medicine, education, and job creation. We will also collaborate with various universities in Rwanda, including the University of Rwanda.”

Ambassador Crowley expressed Canada’s interest in enhancing cooperation with Rwanda in the field of technology, as Rwanda has already established itself as an international hub for technology.

Amb. Nermine Mohamed Essam Eldin Elshafie El Zawahry, new High Commissioner of Egypt to Rwanda

Janet Mwawasi Oben, the new High Commissioner of Kenya to Rwanda

Julie Crowley, the new High Commissioner of Canada in Rwanda

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