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Rwanda: “Together we prosper.”


On the picture H. E. Abdelouahab Bellouki, Ambassador of Morocco, H. E. Jean Pierre Karabaranga, Ambassador of Rwanda and his wife Vibviane Uwicyeza Mironko.


By Bonnie Klap, Editor in Chief.

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H. E. Rose Makena Murichi, Ambassador of Kenya, H. E. Jean Pierre Karabaranga and his wife Vibviane Uwicyeza Mironko.
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On the occasion of the 20th Celebration of the Rwandan Liberation Day and the 52nd  Anniversary of the Rwandan Independence, His Excellency Mr. Jean Pierre Karabaranga, Ambassador of Rwanda,  hosted a reception at the Carlton Ambassador Hotel.

In his remarks the Ambassador  touched on the dark history of his country, mentioning the one million people who had died during the genocide, while the international community looked the other way. However, Ambassador  Karabaranga  was also  proud of the achievements his country has made since its liberation, saying that his country has gone from a dark past to a bright future, adding that Rwanda today is a country of peace, prosperity and self-reliance.

H. E. Jean Pierre Karabaranga, Bonnie Xu and Roy Lie A. Tjam, Diplomat Magazine’s Editor.

Ambassador Jean Pierre Karabaranga attributed  the success of these achievements to three secrets of success: Staying together, being  accountable and thinking big. The Ambassador also praised the visionary leadership of President Paul Kagame of Rwanda. Ambassador Karabaranga concluded by saying: “God bless the friends of Rwanda.”


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