Rwanda’s Ambassador Harerimana completes term in Tanzania, takes on new role in Pakistan

Ambassador Fatou Harerimana, who represented Rwanda in Tanzania, recently completed his duties and was appointed as Rwanda’s representative to Pakistan. His departure was marked by an event on April 20, 2024, attended by representatives of other countries in Tanzania and Rwandans living and working there.

Ambassador Harerimana was praised for his engagement during his brief time in Tanzania. He expressed gratitude to the Rwandan community in Tanzania for their support and love for Rwanda. He also acknowledged the trust the Rwandan government has placed in him for his new role in Pakistan.

Rwanda’s Ambassador Harerimana Ends Term in Tanzania with Remembrance Gift, Prepares for New Role in Pakistan

Harerimana reminded the Rwandan community in Tanzania to prepare for the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in July 2024 and participate in the electoral process.

Prior to leaving Tanzania, Ambassador Harerimana met with representatives from other African countries and thanked them for their support and cooperation. He also expressed appreciation for their assistance in commemorating the 30th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi, and he expressed hope that the positive relationships he established would continue.

Ambassador Fatou Presented Credentials to President Samia Suluhu Hassan in September 2023

In a Cabinet meeting on February 27, 2024, President Paul Kagame appointed Gen. Patrick Nyamvumba as Rwanda’s ambassador to Tanzania, replacing Ambassador Harerimana.

Rwanda’s Ambassador Harerimana concluded her term in Tanzania by offering a heartfelt memorial gift. Her gesture highlighted the strong ties she formed with the local community and other diplomats during her brief but impactful tenure

Ambassador Harerimana had only been in Tanzania for a few months, having presented his credentials to President Samia Suluhu Hassan in September 2023, succeeding Gen Maj Charles Karamba. Harerimana has over 20 years of experience in public service, having served as a senator and commissioner in the National Electoral Commission.

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