President Paul Kagame yesterday held talks with his Ivory Coast counterpart, Alassane Ouattara on the sidelines of the Summit on G20-Africa partnership in Germany.
G20-Africa partnership summit is held in Berlin, German. Select African countries were invited to discuss ways of promoting private investment in infrastructures and employment.
Ivory Coast presidency has announced that ‘bilateral talks revolved around strengthening Rwanda, Ivory Coast cooperation.’
The 5th Summit convening African Union and European Union will be heldin Abidjan in November 2017.It is anticipated to be an opportunity to highlight how far the organizations can benefit through cooperation and enhance youth development.
President Paul Kagame who attended the summit onG20 Africa partnership highlighted that it is time to prioritize commercial and investment relations between Africa and higher-income countries to bring about sustainable development.
The G20 is comprised of 19 top economies and the European Union bloc.
African heads of states who attended G20-Africa partnership summit include president Paul Kagame, Alpha Condé of Guinea, Abd El-Fattah El-Sisiof Egypt, Alassane Ouattara of Ivory Coast, Ibrahim BoubacarKeïta of Mali, Nana Akufo-Addoof Ghana, Bejiand Tunisia president and CaidEssebsi.