Kigali, 9 October 2023 (TDI): The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Rwanda, Kabarebe James had the distinct privilege of receiving a courtesy call from Omar Daair, the British High Commissioner to Rwanda.

The meeting, held in the spirit of fostering camaraderie and strengthening diplomatic ties, centered on exploring avenues to deepen the longstanding bilateral cooperation between Rwanda and the United Kingdom (UK).

The discussions between the two sides were both insightful and constructive, encapsulating a wide array of subjects essential to fortifying the relationship between the two nations.

The Rwandan Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the British High Commissioner exchanged views on numerous key areas, including trade, investment, education, healthcare, and infrastructure.

Both parties emphasized the importance of fostering collaboration in these sectors to bring about mutual prosperity and progress.

Acknowledging the long-standing history of cooperation between Rwanda and the UK, Kabarebe James expressed gratitude for the unwavering support and friendship that the UK has consistently extended to Rwanda.

He reiterated Rwanda’s commitment to further enhancing this strong relationship, envisioning a future of increased collaboration and shared successes.

High Commissioner Omar Daair on his part reciprocated these sentiments, affirming the UK’s dedication to nurturing the bilateral bond and exploring fresh avenues for collaboration.

He praised Rwanda’s remarkable achievements and underlined the UK’s willingness to continue partnering with Rwanda in various sectors to foster growth and development.

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The meeting concluded on a positive note, with both parties expressing optimism about the future of their diplomatic ties.

The commitment to advancing shared objectives and achieving mutual benefits was evident, highlighting the robust and enduring partnership between Rwanda and the UK.