Kigali Mission Post|

H.E. Amir Muhammad khan, first Resident High Commissioner of Pakistan to the Republic of Rwanda presented his Credentials to H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, on 28th June 2021. After the Presentation ceremony, the President welcomed the High Commissioner, wished him success and assured him of full support of his Government during his tenure. He asked the High Commissioner to convey his best wishes to the leadership, the President, the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister of Pakistan. He deeply appreciated the Government of Pakistan’s policy decision to open its High Commission in kigali. The president said that “we were anxiously awaiting the visit of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to kigali for CHOUGHM (schedule by mid June 2021), but unfortunately, it was postponed due to COVID.” He said that Pakistan and Rwanda enjoyed friendly relations and that the existing bilateral relations will get fresh impetus with the opening of Pakistan Resident High Commission in kigali.

The High Commissioner conveyed the Best Wishes of the President and the Prime Minister of Pakistan for the prosperity, development and good health of the President, Prime Minister and the people of Rwanda. The present Government of Pakistan, under its “Engage Africa Policy,” was opening five new resident Missions in Africa. The opening of Pakistan High Commission in kigali was a manifestation of the importance, the Government of Pakistan attached to further strengthening the existing friendly relations, especially Trade and Investment relations, with Rwanda. He wished that the Government of Rwanda also opened its resident Mission in Islamabad in the near future.

Rwanda, being an agricultural country and at initial stages of Industrialization, can take advantage of Pakistan’s great potential in agriculture machinery, textile products, pharmaceutical, food items, especially rice and sports products etc. We have been providing assistance in capacity building i.e. training of diplomats etc. to African countries, including Rwanda. The Government of Pakistan can provide assistance in capacity building of Rwanda’s Diplomats, armed forces, banking, postal services etc.

The High Commissioner said that during his tenure, he will try his best for early signing of all the pending agreements/MoUs, which will provide formal channels for interaction and cooperation in various fields, especially trade and investment. He will also try for exchange of working, Ministerial and business level delegations to and from Pakistan.


High Commission of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, kigali, Rwanda

29 June 2021

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