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Rwandan President Hails Bond with Israel at AIPAC

Kagame hails Rwanda-Israel bond at AIPAC

Rwandan president says Jewish state’s existence not an ‘infringement’ on others, highlights both countries as victims of genocide


BY DAVE CLARK March 26, 2017, 9:02 pm



Rwandan President Paul Kagame speaks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington, DC, on March 26, 2017. (AFP Photo/Andrew Biraj)

WASHINGTON (AFP) — Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame became the first African leader to address Washington’s biggest pro-Israel forum Sunday, hailing the Jewish state as an inspiration for his own country’s rebirth after genocide.

Kagame was commander of the rebel force that put an end to the 1994 slaughter of Rwandan Tutsis by Hutu extremists and has led the country since 2000, as it recovers from the conflict and becomes a regional economic success story.

In Washington to attend the annual policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), he hailed the success of the State of Israel after the horrors of the Holocaust and pledged Rwanda’s friendship.

“The security of peoples who have once been targeted for extermination can never be exclusively physical,” Kagame told the delegates, who received him with warm applause.



Rwandan President Paul Kagame speaks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington, DC, on March 26, 2017. (AFP Photo/ Andrew Biraj)

“Until all ideologies which justify killing as a patriotic duty are defeated our world is not truly safe. Not for us, not for anyone.”

Israel’s relations with African governments have not always been easy.

Some African political movements saw their own struggles against colonial rule reflected in the Palestinian fight for statehood — and many remember Israel’s military support for South Africa’s former apartheid regime.

But Israel has an active diplomatic engagement on the continent and has won friends through economic and technical cooperation with major players like Rwanda.
‘Reckless efforts’

Last year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu toured four African countries — including Rwanda — and in October he is expected to meet around 30 leaders at an Israel-Africa summit in Togo.

Kagame visited Israel in 2008 and made clear at AIPAC that he sees the country as a friend and ally, rejecting what he sees as efforts in some quarters to delegitimatize Israeli statehood.



Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with President of Rwanda Paul Kagame, at Kigali, Rwanda, on July 6, 2016. (Kobi Gideon/GPO)

“Together with friends like the United States, we must call for renewed global solidarity against the reckless efforts to deny genocide and to trivialize the victims,” he said.

“Israel has the right to exist and thrive as a full member the international community. This is not an infringement of the rights of any other people,” he declared.

Rwanda’s friendship with Israel is also a diplomatic boon for both countries, which have both relied on strong US support but have also tried the patience of Washington’s foreign policy establishment in recent years.

Under former president Barack Obama, the United States expressed concern at what they saw as an authoritarian drift in Kagame’s rule and in particular a 2015 reform to the constitution to allow him to run for a third term.

The White House also sparred with Netanyahu’s government, warning that settlement construction put the Middle East peace process in jeopardy.

In 2014, when Rwanda sat on the United Nations Security Council, Kigali abstained from a resolution that advocated for the end of Israel’s presence in the West Bank but was ultimately rejected.

US President Donald Trump’s new administration has so far proved more sympathetic to Israel’s ambitions, and both Rwanda and Israel hope for warm relations.



Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer speaks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington DC, on March 26, 2017. (AFP Photo/Andrew Biraj)

Speaking to AIPAC before Kagame, Israeli’s ambassador to Washington Ron Dermer said: “For the first time in years there is no daylight between our governments.”

Israel insists a peace deal with the Palestinians can only come through direct negotiations between the parties, without outside diplomatic pressure, a position that Kagame fully endorsed.

Source: Times of Israel

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