South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Kim Sung-Hwan has announced that Korea will continue to invest in Rwanda.
Sung-Hwan was meeting Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister Mushikiwabo as a part of his official visit in Rwanda (January13-14).
“We will invest more in ICT, Agriculture and capacity building,” Sung-Hwan said that Rwanda is a priority partner adding that he Korean companies will be encouraged to invest in Rwanda.
Rwanda and Korea are celebrating 50 years of diplomatic relations.
Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs has said this has impacted a lot on Rwandan lives.
Through Korea International Cooperation Agency, the country supports Rwanda’s Infrastructure development, ICT, education…
KOIKA works are guided by global concerns such as the environment, poverty reduction, and gender mainstreaming, among others.
The key aid themes of KOIKA are education, health, rural development, governance, ICT, governance, industry and energy, environment and gender, disaster relief and reconstruction, MDGs.
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