Final Acts of ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2014 (Busan, Korea) Extract
The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Busan, 2014), considering that, at its 22nd Ordinary Session, the African Union General Assembly decided that it: ENDORSES the key outcomes of the Transform Africa Summit hosted by H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda in October 2013 which adopted the SMART Africa Manifesto highlighting the need to place ICT at the centre of national socio-economic development agenda and SMART Africa Alliance as implementation framework".
Decisions and Declarations ASSEMBLY OF THE UNION 22nd Ordinary Session (Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA) Extract
The Assembly, DECIDES to designate H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, to champion the awareness and mobilizing process of Member States towards the effective implementation of the Sharm El Sheikh commitments on water and sanitation States in Africa;
ENDORSES the key outcomes of the Transform Africa Summit hosted by H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda in October 2013 which adopted the SMART Africa Manifesto highlighting the need to place ICT at the centre of national socio-economic development agenda and SMART Africa Alliance as implementation framework..
Decisions, Declarations and Resolutions, ASSEMBLY OF THE UNION 24th Ordinary Session (Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA) Extract
The assembly, TAKES NOTE of the Report of His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, on the Kigali Action Plan for Fast Tracking the Implementation of the July 2008 Assembly Declaration, and actualising the A fricaWater Vision 2025; and ENDORSES the Action Plan, the Strategy for Resources Mobilisation and Implementation, and the Roadmap...
EQUALLY RECOGNIZES the progress made under the SMART Africa championed by H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda within the framework of PICI and WELCOMES the ONE Africa Network Initiative aimed at reducing the costs of electronic communications within regions and ultimately across the continent. IN THIS RESPECT, RECOMMENDS Member States to adopt and roll-out this initiative in furtherance of Africa’s socio-economic integration.
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1. Nationals of all African countries traveling to or transiting through Rwanda obtain an entry visa upon arrival without necessarily making prior application and pay for a visa ($30) where applicable.
2. In view of bilateral agreements, nationals of the following Countries are allowed to visit Rwanda without a visa for a period of up to 90 days: Hong Kong, Philippines, Mauritius, Singapore and the Democratic Republic of Congo. East African Community (EAC) Partner states citizens’ are issued with 6 months visitors pass upon arrival at no cost.
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