Kagame Wishes To Speed Up Agreements
President of Rwanda PAUL KAGAME said that in order for inhabitants of both countries to begin profiting, agreements reached with Zambia must be expedited.
According to Mr. KAGAME, when the bilateral accords are put into effect, Zambians and Rwandans will profit.
When speaking to a gathering of journalists from other African nations at a press conference in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, Mr. KAGAME made this statement.
He claimed that relations between his nation and Zambia are positive.
The president of Rwanda claimed that at their most recent meeting, President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA and he discussed a number of issues aimed at fostering closer ties between the two nations.
The governments of Zambia and Rwanda inked agreements for cooperation in the agricultural and health sectors in April of last year.