The Rwandan Government has waved entry visas to visitors from all African countries and the Commonwealth nations.
The Charged’Affaires, of Rwanda High Commission, Mr Vianney Rubagumya stated this in Abuja, at a forum to mark the country’s liberation.
The Charged’Affaires said this became necessary to widen tourism and spur trade and investment.
“”In a bid to widen tourism and spur trade and investment, Rwanda has waived entry
visas to visitors from all over Africa, the Commonwealth, and la Francophonie Nations”.
Mr Vianney Rubagumya
who commended the Nigerian government for its support over the years, said there was need for more bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The Charged’Affaires noted that Nigeria and Rwanda would continue to increase collaboration in parliamentary diplomacy, Defense, security, aviation as well as trade and investment.
I therefore take this opportunity to commend the Government of
the Federal Republic of Nigeria for the immense support during the transformation
journey and the excellent bilateral cooperation. President Kagame’s attendance at
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s inauguration on 29th May 2023 is an affirmation of the
strong bond between the two countries
On his part, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Adamu Lamuwa, said the role of Nigeria in Africa had helped in addressing security challenges in the continent.
Represented by the Director, Policy, Research and Statistics, Samson Itegboje, he promised Nigeria’s continued support to Rwanda.
Modupe Aduloju, Edited By Grace Namiji
Written by: Kevin Nwabueze
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