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Rwanda Police, Military personnel commence Regional Field Training Exercise in Uganda

Rwanda Police, Military personnel commence Regional Field Training Exercise in Uganda

The Eastern Africa Standby Force-Field Training Exercise (EASF-FTX) codenamed “Mashariki Salaam 2013, officially kicked off on May 19, 2013 in Jinja, Uganda. The Exercise brings together 1250 military, police and civilian troops from ten Eastern Africa Standby Force member states. 2016 Rwanda National Police (RNP) and Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) troops are taking part in […]

Rwanda : Rwanda opens police training

Rwanda National Police headquarters in Kigali kick started four-day training from August 22, 2012, to curb down insecurities and crime through Interpol systems as an urgent issue that calls for joint efforts to combat. Interpol’s Director for the National Central Bureau and Regional Police Services, Elizabeth Kutesa, said in these times of new threats, the […]

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The EAC security organs hosted a final planning conference in Kigali in preparation for the next joint Field Training Exercise (FTX), code-named Ushirikiano Imara to be held in mid October in Gako military academy, in order to find solutions to insecurities in the region.   The training will mainly focus on the fight against terrorism, disaster […]

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On July 24, 2012, Census officials kick started a training camp for district enumerators across the country, in preparation of census slated for August 15, 2012.                                                             […]

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Rwanda | Rwanda’s premier advices UN peacekeepers

The Prime minister of Rwanda, Dr Pierre Damien Habumuremyi has said that UN peace keepers should learn from the example of Rwanda of promoting peace efforts amidst conflict as a way of building a better community for all. The Premier said that Rwanda has learnt to stand for peace values amidst conflict especially that the […]

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