order information pills http://crossfitabf.com/wp-admin/includes/taxonomy.php geneva;”>Rwanda Day brings together Rwandans and friends of Rwanda living around the world to reaffirm their core national value of Agaciro (dignity), order celebrate the country’s progress and discuss ways of being part of Rwanda’s social-economic transformation.
Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo told Cabinet on Wednesday that preparations for the event were in high gear.
“Rwandans who will participate in this event will have an opportunity for a get-together and enjoy performances,” said Mushikiwabo.
Past Rwanda Day events were held in Boston, Chicago, Paris and Brussels which officials said were a “resounding success and attracted many thousands of Rwandans who are committed to their country’s development.”
The functions usually provide an opportunity for Rwandans to meet, interact and exchange views on their country and “how they can contribute to the vision of a modern, unified and prosperous nation.”
Rwanda Day in London is expected to draw Rwandans and friends of Rwanda from the UK, Europe as well as African communities in Europe.
It also comes only days after Rwanda’s successful issuance of the Eurobond an aspect of a national development strategy officials say is grounded in the understanding that business and investment is key to sustaining the economic progress needed for Rwandans to reach prosperity and fully realise their Agaciro (dignity).
An interactive panel with young professionals and entrepreneurs from Rwanda and abroad will discuss the country’s development goals, business environment and opportunities available for those wanting to be part of a country on the move.
An exhibition featuring Rwandan banks and real estate businesses is expected to provide the chance for Rwandans living abroad to learn about financial services, including sending back remittances, and investing in the property market.
President Kagame will give the keynote address at the event before participating in an interactive question and answer session with attendees.