President Paul Kagame, yesterday, said that any country emerging from conflict and embarking on a peace-building process, should not exclude its people, observing that it should always consider its own specific circumstances and context.
The Head of State made the remarks, last evening, while officially opening a high-level UN Post-Conflict Peace Building Conference that opened in Kigali.
The two-day meeting was also attended by President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi, the Prime Minister of Côte d’Ivoire, Guillaume Soro, and the UN Assistant Secretary-General, Judy Cheng-Hopkins, among other dignitaries.
… During the discussion, moderated by renowned BBC news anchor Zainab Badawi, President Kagame said that, like other countries including developed ones, Rwanda and its people face setbacks but they work very hard to overcome them, but in actual sense, all people are the same.
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