Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has said that Rwanda will continue to work with African nations to pursue prosperity for the continent and wellbeing of all.
Kagame was delivering speech on state of the Nation in yesterday’s event held in Kigali.
“We will continue to work closely with other African nations for sustainable peace and stability” He said.
Today, Rwanda is to take a seat at the UN Security Council.
Rwanda will serve a two-year term on the board of the UN Security Council replacing South Africa.
“We are on the right path; we need to stay focused, work together” Kagame commended.
“Happy New Year! Rwanda is on the right path and in 2013 we will remain focused, energized and determined to achieve our full potential.” Kagame concluded.
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