This is very good news. I join many in the world to remember the tragedy that happened in Rwanda. No doubt Rwanda has made so much progress since then and is now regarded as one of the examples for African countries on the economical growth scale (GDP).
However, all through I have attended several meetings of Rwandese especially when their leaders visited places I have been and would meet with their people, it is crystal clear that not much have been done in removing the source of the then genocide, rather it is through power and Militia maintaining the current state of harmony. Almost all of these the meetings are full of the same song regarding the so persistent growing separation between the two ethnic groups, and it feels bad when you even interview some of the today generation (Rwandese youth), most hold resentment to each other and it's like a time bomb, and perhaps because the world may not tolerate such catastrophe again, then it is just the repulsion expanding.
This is just my thought that the roots of the genocide are not effectively dealt with yet, however, I stand to be corrected.