Stating that India has always been a trusted partner in Rwanda’s economic development and national development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India will continue in Rwanda’s development journey.
” We have been collaborating in areas of training, technology, infrastructure development and project assistance. In areas such as finance, management, rural development and ICT we provide training in Rwanda leading Indian institutes. We would like to further increase this contribution in Capacity building, he said.
Both India and Rwanda signed a deal on the lines of credit and training of two hundred million dollars.
Both the countries also discussed various areas of cooperation between the two countries, including new areas such as leather, dairy research, manifesting sector, hospitality and tourism.
Modi also mentioned India will soon open the High Commission in Rwanda. “This will facilitate close communication between our governments, as well as consular, passport and visa and other facilities. We look forward to taking the relationship between the two countries to a more high level in the coming time, ” he said,