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Grenada And The Republic Of Rwanda Establish Diplomatic Relations 

PR – On March 3, 2021, Grenada‘s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United  Nations, Her Excellency Ms. Keisha A. McGuire, and her Rwandan counterpart, Her  Excellency Ms. Valentine Rugwabiza, executed a Joint Communiqué establishing  diplomatic relations between the Governments of Grenada and the Republic of Rwanda.  

Prior to signing diplomatic relations, the two ambassadors discussed the potential for digital cooperation between the two countries, recognising the importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the current global environment.  

The ambassadors further discussed economic recovery from the impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic, the importance of strengthening collaboration between the two  countries, and other areas of cooperation and mutual interest.  

The signing of the Joint Communiqué further complements the actions of the Caribbean  Community (CARICOM) and the African Group’s initiatives for enhancing relations  between the two regions.  

In accordance with Grenada’s foreign policy, the establishment of diplomatic relations  with Rwanda further echoes the re-energising of strengthening the friendly relations  and cooperation with other states. 

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