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DGPR Calls upon the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs to Explain to the Rwandan Parliament the Diplomatic Stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa

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DGPR Calls upon the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs to Explain to the Rwandan Parliament the Diplomatic Stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is deeply concerned with the escalating diplomatic stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa.

This comes after the reciprocal expulsion of diplomats from both missions and the non-issuance of visas to Rwandans by the South African Embassy in Kigali.

We would like to call upon the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs to explain to the Rwandan Parliament the causes of the on-going diplomatic stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa.

We also request the Minister to equally explain to Rwandans what the state is doing in order to overcome the on-going challenges.

DGPR’s security and foreign policy encourages Rwanda to be at peace with itself and its neighbours and promotes a culture of peace and cooperation between states, inside societies and between individuals, as a basis of national and international security.

 

Done at Kigali on 13th March 2014

 

Dr.Frank Habineza

 President, Democratic Green Party of Rwanda

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