We are not looking for reparation for genocide victims, says Kagame
Friday April 7 2017
Pope Francis and Rwanda's President Paul Kagame at the Vatican on March 20, 2017. The Pontiff made statements that amounted to an apology over the Church's role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. PHOTO|AFP
A recent meeting between President Kagame and Pope Francis at the Vatican triggered the discussion around the need for compensation for genocide survivors and families of victims.
Critics argue that acknowledging failure and apologising is not enough.
Foreign Affairs Minister Louise Mushikiwabo said that Kigali is satisfied with the outcome of the March 20 meeting between the Pope and the Rwandan leader.