The Government of Rwanda has announced that the visit by Indian Prime Minister, Modi Narendra in Rwanda is planned to take place next week.
According to a statement from the Office of the Government Spokesperson, issued 19th July, Modi will have a two-day working visit starting from July 23rd to 24th.
Between today 19th to 24th, Rwanda hosts leaders of Mozambique, China and India on successive state visits.
Meanwhile, Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi arrived in Rwanda, Thursday and welcomed by President Paul Kagame.
Nyusi is in the country for a tree-day state visit.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, will be in Rwanda from July 22nd to 23rd, this marks the first visit by a Chinese leader to Rwanda.
A statement says that the visits will facilitate to expand trade and investment opportunities.
“These important events will serve to celebrate and deepen the close ties that exist between Rwanda and these three friendly nations. Each leader will also be accompanied by a significant private sector delegation. Expanding trade and investment will therefore be a particular focus, notably in the areas of infrastructure, mining, agriculture and information technology,” reads a statement.
Discussions will also touch upon continental matters in the context of the African Union, which President Kagame currently chairs. China and India are among Africa’s most important and fast-growing economic partners.