The Prince Charles says he will visit Rwanda, marking 25 years of anniversary after the genocide that killed lives of nearly one million people.
The Prince of Wales announces the trip on his Instagram account and included a picture of the letter sent to the country's president, Paul Kagame.
The caption said: "The Prince of Wales has sent a letter to the President of The Republic of Rwanda, @paulkagame, to mark the 25th Anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
"Recognized as the International Day of Reflection, April 7 begins the national commemoration period with Kwibuka (Remembrance) and concludes with Liberation Day on July 4, marking the 100-day period in 1994 that resulted in over one million people being so tragically killed."
Rwanda has seen huge economical and technological growth in recent years thanks to good leadership brought by the president, Paul Kagame after the genocide.
The country policy encourages a reconciliation culture to prevent further conflict and hate speech.
Also known as the genocide against the Tutsi, this genocide saw the mass slaughter of nearly a million Tutsis who are remembered for 100 days every year between the month of April and July.n