President Kagame begins two-day visit to Morocco
Rwandaâ€™s Paul Kagame is undertaking an official two day visit to Morocco. This visit aims at underlining the close relationship between the two countries.
Today morning, the president took off to Morocco on King Mohammed VIâ€™s invitation. These two are expected to discuss new approaches and new initiatives to fully deepen their friendship.
Morocco publications and political experts say, the visit will open a new chapter in the political and economic relations between the Morocco and Rwanda.
Kagame was last in Morocco in November 2015 where he received MEDays Grand Prix that was meaningful to him personally, as well as the people of Rwanda.
He recognized Moroccoâ€™s increasing engagement around Africa and invited Moroccan investors and business people to do business in Rwanda adding that Moroccans, as the rest of Africans, are able to travel to Rwanda without a visa.
President Kagame also paid tribute to Morocco as a country with its own story as a part of Africa, not merely in terms of geography but much more importantly, intertwined lives and extensive shared experience.
This visit is coming after the U20 soccer teams of both countries played a Kwibuka 22 friendly match where they had a draw of 1-1.