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She also visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre.
Speaking on the Netherland’s decision to suspend aid to Rwanda, and whether her meetings with government officials would trigger its reinstatement, Minister Ploumen said: “My visit aims at having perspectives from different aspects of government, NGOs, civil society and countries in the region and when I go back I will take time to reflect because I think the relationship between Rwanda and the Netherlands is an important one, but also I will have discussions with my colleagues from the European Union”.
Netherlands suspended aid to Rwanda over a UN report that accused Rwanda of supporting M23 rebels, charges Kigali vehemently denies.
The end of Minister Ploumen’s visit to Rwanda was marked by the signing of an aviation pact with Rwanda’s Minister of Infrastructure, Albert Nsengiyumva.
This treaty enables Rwandair to use the Amsterdam airport for flights in Europe. Likewise, Holland will use Kigali’s airport to connect with the Great Lakes region.
Minister Albert Nsengiyumva said that the signing of this treaty is very important to Rwanda because they will be partnering with a country that has been in the aviation business for more than a century.
“First of all this is a sign of trust they have in us, having seen how our aviation sector is progressing but above all this will open up more opportunities for cooperation especially in technical assistance,” he said.