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H. E. RAO Hongwei Holds Press Briefing on President XI jinping's Upcoming Visit to Rwanda
2018/07/23

On 16th July, 2018, His Excellency RAO Hongwei, Chinese Ambassador to Rwanda, held a press briefing which attracted near 20 media houses from both Rwanda and China.

In his statement, Amb. Rao announced that, H.E. XI Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China, will pay a state visit to Rwanda from 22 to 23 July at the invitation of H. E. President Paul KAGAME, and this is his first and the first ever by a Chinese head of state in history. People are very much looking forward to it.

As a good partner, true friend and intimate brother of Rwanda, China firmly supports Rwanda's efforts to safeguard national security, development interests and the choice of development path that suits its national conditions. China-Rwanda friendship is rooted in the basic principles of independence, mutual respect, common mission to promote development and improve people's livelihood.

Amb. Rao firmly believed President Xi's upcoming visit will be of historic significance and will bring China-Rwanda relationship into a new era. During his visit, President Xi will have in-depth exchanges of views with President Kagame and Rwandan friends from all sectors, shift China-Rwanda cooperation into a higher gear and upgrade bilateral relations by deepening political trust, increasing pragmatic cooperation and broadening regional cooperation.

After the statement, H.E. Rao picked up questions about China-Rwanda relations from reporters of Xinhua News Agency, the New Times, People's Daily and the East African and received exclusive interview from China Central Television.

 

 

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