Ambassador Habineza Presents Credentials to Ghana’s President

By IGIHE Reporter
On 19 June 2014 at 05:53

On Wednesday 18/06/2014 the Rwanda High Commissioner to Ghana based in Abuja, Ambassador Joseph Habineza presented the letters from HE Paul Kagame President of the Republic of Rwanda addressed to HE John Dramani Mahama President of the Republic of Ghana, by which He has been accredited as High Commissioner of The Republic of Rwanda to the Republic of Ghana based in Abuja.
The ceremony that took place at the Flagstaff House in Accra was attended by The Minister of Foreign Affairs and (...)

On Wednesday 18/06/2014 the Rwanda High Commissioner to Ghana based in Abuja, Ambassador Joseph Habineza presented the letters from HE Paul Kagame President of the Republic of Rwanda addressed to HE John Dramani Mahama President of the Republic of Ghana, by which He has been accredited as High Commissioner of The Republic of Rwanda to the Republic of Ghana based in Abuja.

The ceremony that took place at the Flagstaff House in Accra was attended by The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana, Hon. Hanna Teteh and other Senior officials from the Presidency and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Cooperation of the Republic of Ghana.

Ambassador Joseph Habineza was accompanied by his spouse

After receiving the letters, HE President Mahama congratulated the High Commissioner for his accreditation and wished him success during his tenure. He expressed his wish to see bilateral cooperation between Ghana and Rwanda be at the peak before the tour of the Rwanda High Commissioner to Ghana comes to it’s end.

The President emphasized on the draft of the General Cooperation Agreement that has been submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Cooperation and insisted it should be signed and implemented.

The Rwanda High Commisioner to Ghana conveyed to HE President Mahama, the warm greetings from HE President Paul Kagame. He recalled the courageous attitude that the Ghanean contingent adopted during the Genocide against Tutsi when they remained in Rwanda while other UN peacekeeping forces were recalled to their countries.

He briefed HE President Mahama about the new Rwanda , her vision and businesses opportunities. He invited Ghaneans to visit Rwanda for business and tourism.

At the end of the ceremony President Mahama asked The High Commissioner to be often visiting Ghana despite being based in Abuja


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