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Rwanda, DRC defense ministers meeting in Kigali

   Since Monday October 1, 2010 top Congolese defense officials are in Kigali for their meeting with their Rwandan counterparts to exchange intelligence and information on common security threats as well as design concrete strategies and plans to deal with the FDLR and other rebel groups for a stable, peaceful and prosperous region.   “The FDLR/FOCA and other armed groups operating in the DRC continue to pose a serious



KIST scoops prize in Italy

Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), last week, received an award dubbed “First Forward Prize” in recognition to the institute’s efforts to promote Rwanda’s architectural designs using local resources. The award was a result of a competition held at the University of Architecture of Venice (IUAV) in Italy, which had attracted many universities from all over the world.   KIST won the prestigious prize following i



Rwanda envoys in Europe met for a two days workshop in Brussels

Under the invitation of Excellency, Gérard Ntwari, Ambassador of Rwanda in Belgium, all his colleagues, ambassadors and high Commissioners of Rwanda in Europe  met in Brussels for a workshop.   Behind the organization of the workshop, Ambassodor NTWALI targeted a gathering between all the Ambassadors and High Commissioner of Rwanda in Europe and thereafter the inauguration of the group called "Friends of Rwanda&q



Rwanda elected to ITU Council

 Rwanda has been elected to The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Council, during the ongoing ITU’s Plenipotentiary Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico.  The ITU is an agency of the United Nations responsible for coordinating effective development and use of telecommunications globally.    Its core activities involve management of international frequency spectrum, satellite orbit resources and making of


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