Rwanda ambassador to Angola presents credentials to President Lourenço

By IGIHE
On 17 October 2019 at 09:41

The Rwandan Ambassador to Angola, Wellars Gasamagera, yesterday presented credential letters to the Angolan Head of State at the Cidade Alta (State House) in Luanda, replacing Alfred Gakuba Kalisa.

The Accreditation Ceremony was witnessed by the Minister of External Relations of the Republic of Angola, Secretaries of State and senior officials of the Ministry of External Relations, and senior officials in the office of the President as well as Diplomats of the Rwandan Embassy in Angola.

On July 16, 2019, President Paul Kagame appointed Ambassador Wellars Gasamagera extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Rwanda to Angola.

During his audience with the President of the Republic of Angola H.E João Lourenço the Rwandan Ambassador to Angola, thanked him for the excellent and growing cooperation between the two countries and for the role Angola is playing in bringing peace and stability in the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR).

The Ambassador also expressed his desire to strengthen and develop the already existing relations between both countries and accelerate the signing of the joint Permanent Co.

The President of the Republic of Angola, H.E. João Lourenço observed that he honors the excellent relations, friendship and mutual understanding that exists between the Republic of Angola and the Republic of Rwanda.

Rwanda and Angola are both members of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) and have cooperation agreements in the fields of Diplomatic, civil aviation, security, and public order.

The authorities of both countries have been working to diversify cooperation by adopting means that help to identify common interests with mutual benefits for both countries.

The Rwandan Ambassador to Angola, Wellars Gasamagera presented credential letters to the Angolan Head of State
The Ambassador also expressed his desire to strengthen and develop the already existing relations between both countries

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