President Kagame also welcomed a delegation from the United States Black Caucus, a group of African-American legislators, led by Steven Horsford, representing Nevada’s 4th congressional district. The development was announced by the Rwandan presidency through X.
The Urugwiro Village reported that they held productive discussions focusing on the potential partnership between the Congressional Black Caucus and Rwanda.
President Kagame is scheduled to participate in ’Rwanda Day’ in Washington D.C. from February 2 to 3, 2024.
Themed “Rwanda: A Legacy of Inclusiveness within and beyond Our Borders,” Rwanda Day 2024 discusses the country’s socioeconomic transformation in the last 30 years, with a special focus on the contribution of the Rwandan community living abroad to the nation’s development gains.
Through Rwanda Day, participants will have the opportunity to engage with President Kagame, discuss topics of national significance and exchange on how to further drive Rwanda’s development.
Since its inception in 2010, Rwanda Day has brought together close to 40,000 Rwandans and Friends of Rwanda living in various parts of the World.
Rwanda Day has been held in Chicago, Paris, Boston, London, Toronto, Atlanta, Dallas, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Ghent, Bonn, and now in Washington, D.C.
President Kagame last visited the US in September 2023 when he attended the United Nations General Assembly.