Kagame hosted her counterpart to the State Banquet last evening at Kigali Convention Center.
Suluhu arrived in Rwanda on Monday morning around 9a.m for her maiden visit since she became Tanzania’s President in March this year following the demise of Dr. John Pombe Magufuli.
On the first day of her visit to Rwanda, Suluhu held talks with Kagame revolving around strengthening bilateral ties and cooperation.
Both heads of state also witnessed the signing of four cooperation agreements in the areas of information and communication technology, immigration, education and regulation of medical products.
In the afternoon, Suluhu visited Kigali Genocide Memorial where she paid tribute to over 250,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi laid there.
On the second day, Suluhu and Kagame are expected to visit Kigali Special Economic Zone located in Masoro which created over 13,000 jobs.