New Delhi: Rwanda’s High Commission to India celebrated the 29th Anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation Day on Wednesday, July 4, at the Le Meridian Hotel in New Delhi.
The Chief Guest for the event was the Minister of State for External Affairs. Shri V. Muraleedharan.
Dr. Senorita Issac, Trade Commissioner, Western-India region, LATIN AMERICAN CARIBBEAN TRADE COUNCIL and founder of Human Achievers Foundation recently marked her presence as well.
During the event, Jacqueline Mukangira, Rwanda’s High Commissioner to India, highlighted that the celebration of Rwanda’s liberation marks the end of a poor and dictatorial regime. “Rwanda Liberation Day is observed because it marks the end of a period under a tyrannical government and the beginning of freedom from oppression. It represents the end of a dictatorship and the start of democracy,” she said.
After the event, when Dr. Senorita Issac, Trade Commissioner, Western-India region, LATIN AMERICAN CARIBBEAN TRADE COUNCIL and founder of Human Achievers Foundation was asked about her viewpoint, she said we are happy to be a part of this celebration. To endeavour Rwanda’s mission is to widen and deepen economic, political, social, and cultural integration in order to improve the quality of life of the people through increased competitiveness, production, trade and investments.