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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Rwanda to dome more in investments with Belgium

This was announced, yesterday, at the conclusion of a two-day visit of Belgian Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo and his Foreign Affairs counterpart Didier Reynders in Kigali. The two met with Foreign Affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo, where they discussed ways of enhancing trade and political relations. “After 20 years, we should be moving to a much more stable relationship. We have had some small moments of tension but because of the importance of the relationship and where Rwanda is today – a country that is more stable and ready to do much more at this time – that should be an opportunity for us to step up in terms relations,” Mushikiwabo told journalists at a media briefing at her office in Kigali.

She said the two countries agreed to do much more in terms of investments and trade, bringing more business and investment from Belgium and vice versa and also in terms of political dialogues. She added they agreed to get a much more understanding of each other’s systems and conduct a sincere candid dialogue on any issue. “We are open to Belgium as our partner and we have agreed that we should be on a constant dialogue on any issue. We might disagree sometimes as it happens sometimes but all that is in the interest of moving forward as partners and friends,” Mushikiwabo said.

source: spyghana.com