Kagame attends Munich Security Conference

By IGIHE
On 18 February 2017 at 07:20

President Paul Kagame is in Germany to attend a Munich Security Conference lasting three days. The meeting has brought together over 500 politicians from across the World.
It has also been attended by ministers of defense and others involved in security matters.
Munich Security Conference discusses security, international political affairs, human rights and fighting terrorism.
Munich Security Conference was held for the first time in 1963 in Munich city of German following the Second (...)

President Paul Kagame is in Germany to attend a Munich Security Conference lasting three days. The meeting has brought together over 500 politicians from across the World.

It has also been attended by ministers of defense and others involved in security matters.

Munich Security Conference discusses security, international political affairs, human rights and fighting terrorism.

Munich Security Conference was held for the first time in 1963 in Munich city of German following the Second World War. It has since been held annually.


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