The Liberian Legislative delegation to Rwanda has conducted its first official engagement with the Rwandan Parliament.
The Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Mukabalisa Donatille, received House Speaker Bhofal Chambers and delegation at the Rwandan Parliament, where discussions to strengthen relations between the two Parliaments were held.
In her welcome remarks, Speaker Donatille recognized the cordial relationship existing between both countries. At the same time, Speaker Donatille expressed her appreciation to the Liberian delegation for accepting the invitation.
The Rwandan Speaker assured the delegation that both Parliaments will share insights into Legislative activities that will be of mutual benefit.
During the discussion, the role of the two Parliaments was highlighted, and the Liberian delegation observed that since the end of the conflict in Rwanda, progress has been made that is worth emulation.
Meanwhile, House Speaker Bhofal Chambers pointed out that Parliament members must share experiences and processes with one another to improve governance for efficiency and effectiveness for the benefit of citizens of the two countries.
Speaking further, Dr. Chambers noted with pleasure that the vision of President Paul Kagame is positively affecting the progress of Rwanda.
The Liberian delegation also met with the Public Accounts Committee at a Hearing, where the Chairman of the PAC explained the importance of the PAC Hearings and several other institutions.