Premier Ngirente hosted both officials from ILO on Thursday 18th May where their discussions revolved around the smooth organization of the seminar in Rwanda and enhancing skills development and fostering the creation of decent jobs.
ILO’s invitation to President Paul Kagame to participate in the upcoming International Labour Conference in June, where discussions on social justice will be a key focus, was also part of the agenda.
The ILO representatives praised Rwanda for its commitment to social justice and efforts in lifting people out of poverty, expressing the organization’s willingness to support the country.
Olonjuwon highlighted that the seminar achieved record-breaking participation and facilitated fruitful discussions on leveraging the innovative capabilities of Rwanda’s youth for sustainable development.
The Minister of Public Service and Labour, Fanfan Rwanyindo Kayirangwa highlighted that the discussions with Prime Minister also hinted at the support that the ILO is ready to provide for Rwanda’s National Strategy for Transformation (NST1) within the broader framework of the United Nations.