Zambian ambassador to Rwanda calls for joint tourism ventures

By IGIHE
On 12 October 2017 at 07:30

The new Zambian ambassador to Rwanda, Benson Keith Chali has said that there is much that can be achieved in joint partnership ventures in tourism between Rwanda and Zambia.

Chali who was speaking to the Media after presenting his credentials to President Paul Kagame in Village Urugwiro, Tuesday, said that Zambia has a variety of tourism attractions including the Victoria Falls and Rwanda has an Airline that flies to Lusaka, Zambia which he said could facilitate in promoting tourism between both countries when it extends flights in other parts of the country.

“I’ve been telling his Excellency Paul Kagame that we should think about RwandAir going Livingstone because you’ve got Gorillas here which are bringing many tourists and Zambia has Victoria Falls (in Livingstone) which also bring in tourists who we can share for the development of both countries,” he said.

He said that Rwanda and Zambia have strong relationship proven by different high officials including both presidents and foreign affairs ministers’ visits on both sides this year.

“We are very happy to be associated with this country and we pray for its best.”
Chali represents Zambia in Rwanda with residence in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Zambian ambassador to Rwanda, Benson Keith Chali

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