Among presented their credentials to president Kagame include Bishop Andrzej Jozwowicz, the Vatican’s envoy to Rwanda.
Jozwowicz promised to strengthen bilateral relations with Rwanda’s Catholic Church to promote reconciliation and general development.
He said that he’s committed to help Catholic Church write new history of partnership with the government as Pope Francis promised president Kagame during his visit to Vatican early this year.
“To the best of my ability, I will help the Church to take forward this cooperation especially reconciliation. We will do our best in both spiritual and economic development,” he said.
Other ambassadors presented their credentials are AnvireDjabia Joachim from Ivory Coast, Yevhenii Tsymbaliuk from Ukraine, Raza Bashir Tarar from Pakistan, Antonio Louis Pubillones Izaguirre from Cuba, Elizabeth Taylor from Colombia, Benson Keith Chali from Zambia,
Benoit Ryelandt from Belgium, Elman Abdullayev from Azerbaijan, Oliver Wonekha from Uganda and Adamu Onoze Shuaibu from Nigeria.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to Rwanda, Yevhenii Tsymbaliuk, pledged to promote bilateral relations between both countries, be in trade, investment and education.
He promised to share with Rwanda expertise in Agriculture especially in wheat, Maize and Horticulture farming.
Tsymbaliuk will have his residence in Nairobi, Kenya. He is the first Ukraine’s ambassador to Rwanda.
Cuba’s Ambassador, Antonio Louis Pubillones Izaguirre said that his country wishes to contribute to Rwanda’s development.
Speaking to the media, Ivory Coast’s Ambassador to Rwanda Anvire Djabia Joachim said that both countries are prepared to extend cooperation in terms of trade, culture, tourism and education among others.
“We already have RwandAir’s f lights to Cotonou via Abidjan. We need to extend partnership in knowledge and culture,” Anvire said.