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Dutch Minister lauds Rwanda’s fight against Gender Based Violence

Dutch Minister lauds Rwanda’s fight against Gender Based Violence

The visiting Netherland’s Minister for Migration and State Secretary for security and Justice, Fred Teeven has lauded strategies put in place to fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV) cases in Rwanda.  He made the remarks while discussing with the Inspector General of Rwanda National Police, Emmanuel K. Gasana in Kigali on January 6, 2014. “I […]

UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa Mary Robinson, met with Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister on May 1, 2013, where they discussed issues revolving around the role of Rwanda in security implementation in the DRC. They tackled topics on the role of Rwanda in the implementation of the Peace, Security and Cooperation […]

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Minister Mukantabana reveals plans of relocating Congolese refugees

The Minister of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs (MIDIMAR)Mukantabana Seraphine visited Congolese refugees in Nkamira Transit Center in Rubavu District in Western Province to advocate for refugees protection March 14, 2013. That was her first visit in refugee camps since she started her functions in this Ministry early last February. Minister Mukantabana said her visit […]

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Belgian Foreign Affairs Minister decides to bring Rwanda and DRC

Belgium Foreign Affairs Minister, Didier Reynders, has embarked on the one week trip this August 2012, to visit Rwanda and DRC following accusations in a UN report that Rwanda was aiding congolese M23 rebels. During the trip Reynders will first meet the congolese government officials over the crisis in Eastern DRC and later travel to […]

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  Belgium Foreign Affairs Minister, Didier Reynders, has embarked on the one week trip this August 2012, to visit Rwanda and DRC following accusations in a UN report that Rwanda was aiding congolese M23 rebels. During the trip Reynders will first meet the congolese government officials over the crisis in Eastern DRC and later travel […]

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