It has been confirmed that the next Rwanda Day will be held in Brussels, Belgium on 10th June 2017. The event brings together Rwandan diaspora where they discuss their country’s progress and how to advocate for its development. Participants in the Rwanda Day are given time to ask questions to the president, share ideas and suggestions on Rwanda’s development.
Rwandan diaspora in countries bordering with Belgium have also pledged to attend the Rwanda Day to be held over the weekend.
Rwanda Day was first held in Chicago city in the United States on 10th and 11th June 2011 where president Paul Kagame met over 4000 Rwandans and friends of Rwanda.
Before joining Rwanda day in Belgium, president Kagame will attend a meeting on European Union developmentin Brussels from 7th to 8th June 2017.
Rwandans in Belgium started preparations to welcome Kagame last week.
The leadership of Diaspora Rwandaise de Belgique-Rugali (DRB-Rugali) called on Rwandans to welcome President Kagame.