Kagame, Canadian Premier discuss bilateral relations

By Nicole Kamanzi M.
On 12 June 2020 at 08:27

President Paul Kagame announced on Thursday that he had held a discussion with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.

In His Twit the president said that the discussion between the two Heads of State, which were held on telephone, was around the cooperation between the two countries and Africa at large.

Kagame said he had expressed gratitude to the Canadian Premier for his country’s support in Rwanda’s fight against the Covid-19 fight among other things.

“Had a call with PM @JustinTrudeau and thanked him for Canada’s strong partnership with Rwanda and Africa, and support against #COVID19 and toward @AIMS_Next and for the Africa Center of Excellence for Children Peace and Security,” he said in a tweet.

The Canadian Prime Minister’s Office stated that the two leaders also spoke about the strong friendship between Canada and Rwanda, and discussed opportunities to further advance shared priorities in education, research, and the Vancouver Principles.

The discussion follows a March 24, conversation that the two leaders held, also virtually, which also focused on measures to curb the global Coronavirus pandemic.

Rwanda and Canada work together on a wide range of issues, including environmental protection, peacekeeping, trade and investment promotion among others.

President Paul Kagame announced on Thursday that he had held a discussion with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.

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