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Amb. Kalisa presents letters of credence to represent Rwanda in Libya

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On 26 January 2021 at 10:52

Amb. Alfred G. Kalisa has presented his letters of Credence to Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj, the Chairman of the Presidential Council and Prime Minister of the State of Libya to represent Rwanda in the country.
During the solemn ceremony held on on 23rd January 2021, the Ambassador thanked the Chairman of the Presidential Council and Prime Minister of the State of Libya for the audience and conveyed the greetings of his President Paul Kagame and his message of peace, security and prosperity for (...)

Amb. Alfred G. Kalisa has presented his letters of Credence to Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj, the Chairman of the Presidential Council and Prime Minister of the State of Libya to represent Rwanda in the country.

During the solemn ceremony held on on 23rd January 2021, the Ambassador thanked the Chairman of the Presidential Council and Prime Minister of the State of Libya for the audience and conveyed the greetings of his President Paul Kagame and his message of peace, security and prosperity for the people of Libya and also his desire to further strengthen a positive relationship and partnership between Rwanda and the State of Libya.

For his part, Fayez Mustafa Al-Sarraj, extended his greetings to President Paul Kagame whom he met at several occasions in many forum and last March in Kigali.

He congratulated him for his efforts and reforms, he spearheaded at the African Union level which have culminated with the commencement of the African Continental Free Trade.

Fayez Mustafa also commended President Kagame in overcoming the obstacles of the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994 and bringing Rwandans together in rebuilding their institutions and a modern economy. He added that Libya would draw on this experience as it moves ahead with unity and reconciliation.

He concluded by reiterating optimism for a growing historic and excellent bilateral relationship between both Countries.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Head of The Africa Department were present during the ceremony.


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