A delegation from São Tomé et Príncipe led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Urbino Botelho is in Rwanda to promote bilateral cooperation where both countries have signed agreements to promote agriculture and trade.
The delegation has visited Gisozi memorial and paid tribute to genocide victims. It also visited Kigali Special Economic Zone and received explanation on the performance of Rwanda Development Board, its vision and achievements.
A meeting between Rwanda and SaoTome delegates held yesterday saw five agreements signed to promote cooperation in’ Agriculture, Tourism, Trade, Visa exemption and Air transport, according to a tweet from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
At the end of last year , the Prime Minister of São Tomé et Príncipe, Emery Travoada and his family visited Rwanda ,hosted by the head of state and held discussions on establishing bilateral cooperation.
Later, the delegation from the Rwanda’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs led by the Minister, Louise Mushikiwabo visited São Tomé et Príncipe where they held bilateral talks to promote cooperation.