A program released by ICTR Press and Public Affairs Unit indicates that Ambassador Rapp, among other things, would meet with various senior officials of the Tribunal, including its President Judge Dennis Byron, Registrar Adama Dieng and the Prosecutor, Hassan Jallow.
The program states that Ambassador Rapp, who is also the former ICTR Chief of Prosecution, would also meet the judges and the legacy committee responsible for charting out the way forward after the closure of the Tribunal.
Among the issues still under discussion is the legacy of the UN court.
One of US State department's main concern is the arrest of former Rwandan businessman Felicien Kabuga, still on the run.
During his last visit to the Tribunal in February, Rapp said he had information that Kabuga was still in Kenya though the authorities maintained he had left the country.
Prosecutor Jallow on his side claimed that Kenyan authorities had provided him with no proof of his departure despite several requests.
© Hirondelle News Agency