Indian Prime Minister Narendra modi extends the credit lines to the African country Rwanda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the credit lines of Rwanda on Monday. Narendra Modi held a wide-ranging discussions with Rwandan President Paul Kagame to boost the bilateral strategic ties by strengthening corporation in trade and agricultural sectors.
After the discussion with Paul Kagame Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been extended the credit lines to 200 million dollars to Rwanda. Mr. Modi the first Indian Prime Minister to visit east African Country Rwanda, announced that india will soon open its mission in Rwanda
India will open High Commission in Rwanda, this will not only establish communication with our respective governments but also enable facilities for Consular, Passport, Visa Mr. Modi said in a joint press meet. Rwandan President said that this is a honour for us that India has stood with Rwanda in their economic development journey. Mr. Modi said that India will be continue supporting for Rwanda’s development. The two countries signed agreements on leather and allied areas and agricultural research.
India also extended two line of credits, one of 100 million dollars for development of industrial sectors and other 100 million dollars for agricultural development. President Paul Kagame also stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit represents a milestone between a long standing relationship with Rwanda and India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Air craft landed at Kigali International Air Port, he was welcomed with a red carpet at the air port by President Paul Kagame. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also met with the business leaders and Indian community in Kigali.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also visited Genocide Memorial and also participated in an event “GIRINKA” an initiative of president Paul Kagame with the vision of one cow per one family, a national social protection Scheme by President Paul Kagame