The Rwandan Embassy in Congo-Brazzaville, on Monday, July 4, celebrated the 28th anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation Day. The Rwandan Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo, Théoneste Mutsindashyaka, said that much remains to be done for the transformation of the country. He noted that, “true liberation of the country can only be done within the framework of both bilateral and multilateral cooperation. That is why the country believes that South-South cooperation, in a spirit of win-win partnership, is paramount to achieve the development that Rwanda and many of its sister African countries need,” he added. In attendance were also some members of the diplomatic corps, the Rwandan Diaspora and friends of Rwanda. For the occasion, performance of the traditional troupe Inganzo Ngari, from Rwanda, delighted those in attendance. The evening was punctuated by the sound of drums, traditional songs and dances, giving a deep sense of connection with Rwanda and the context of the event.