Peter Fahrenholtz, the German Ambassador to Rwanda has reaffirmed his country’s commitment to maintain close ties with Rwanda.
New Times reporter, Emmanuel Ntirenganya wrote that Fahrenholtz said that Germany was committed to supporting Rwanda’s transformation in areas such as decentralization, economic development and vocational training. He urged the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) to visit Germany and encourage investors to come and invest in various lucrative sectors in Rwanda.
Germany and Rwanda have a great deal in common, and Fahrenholtz and others are impressed with Rwanda’s ability to recover and emerge after the tragedy of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that claimed more than one million lives. You can read more about what Fahrenholtz said at this event here