President of Pan African Parliament Arrives in Kigali for Retreat on Reforms and Agenda 2063


Hon. Chief Fortune Z Charumbira, the President of the Pan African Parliament, has arrived in Kigali, Rwanda for the Retreat on the Reforms and the Agenda 2063. The Hon. Senator Chief Fortune Charumbira arrived at 10:30 pm and was received at the airport by the Zimbabwe to Rwanda Ambassador Professor Charity Manyeruke.

The Retreat will be held from June 8th to 11th, 2023, and will focus on the mandates of various African Union bodies, including judicial and quasi-judicial bodies, PAP, AUABC, AUCIL, Permanent Representational Offices, Liaison Offices, and Specialized Technical Agencies. The Retreat will also include presentations on different structures and the implementation plans for Agenda 2063.

President Charumbira’s arrival in Kigali is significant as it demonstrates the commitment of the Pan African Parliament to the African Union’s goal of promoting peace, security, and development on the continent. As the President of the Pan African Parliament, President Charumbira plays a key role in promoting the interests of African nations and ensuring that the voices of the African people are heard at the continental level.

The Retreat on the Reforms and the Agenda 2063 is an important opportunity for African Union bodies to come together and discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the continent. The discussions and presentations will provide a platform for African leaders to exchange ideas, share best practices, and develop strategies for addressing the pressing issues facing the continent.

President Charumbira’s presence at the Retreat is a clear indication of his commitment to the African Union and his dedication to promoting the interests of African nations. The Retreat promises to be a productive and informative event, and we look forward to the outcomes of the discussions and presentations.

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