Rwandan community in Belgium is preparing a warm welcome to President Paul Kagame who is expected to take part at the European Development Days forum, slated for next June in Brussels.
According the forum organizers, the two-day summit will be held between June 7th– 8th, bringing together over 5000 participants from 1200 Organizations operating in 140 countries worldwide.
A number of experts in economic development from different European corners are also expected to gather at this forum to share their experience through fresh partnership and shared innovative proposed solutions to the world‘s economic struggle.
It will be Kagame’s opportunity to meet both Rwandan and neighboring countries’ communities in Belgium.
The Rwandan Diaspora in Belgium has therefore released a statement calling upon Rwandans and friends of Rwanda living in Belgium to be ready for a walk to show credit of support to Kagame’s possible arrival in Belgium on next Wednesday, June 7th, according the statement.
The Rwandan community in Belgium last met President Kagame in December 2010 where they came from different parts of Europe and gathered in Brussels during the same event, which was the 5th European Development Days forum.
The last occasion he met them, he held discussions with over 2000 Rwandans and friends of Rwanda who came from different European countries where he reminded them than the country remains in every citizen’s hands even if they are living abroad, telling them to be characterized by the values of a Rwandan citizen.