Rwanda’s Presidency has via Twitter handle revealed that the meeting discussed key areas of cooperation between the two countries.
Kagame received the delegation one day after the Government of Rwanda and Mozambique signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote trade, attract and facilitate investments in the two countries.
The MoU was signed on Wednesday 6th October 2021 between the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Investment and Export Promotion Agency (APIEX) on behalf of Mozambique.
During the ceremony; Mozambique was represented by the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Carlos Alberto Fortes Mesquita; Presidential Adviser, Omar Ossumane Momade Mitha and Luis João Matsinhe, the National Director of Studies and Economic Analysis at the Ministry of Planning and Development among others.
Meanwhile, Rwanda was represented by senior economic advisor to the President of the Republic, Francis Gatare; Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning , Richard Tusabe and the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Trade and Industry among others.
At the time, Rwanda showcased investment opportunities to the visiting delegation from Mozambique and took them through different incentives to provide favorable business environment for Rwandans and foreigners.
The delegation comes to Rwanda following Kagame’s two-day state visit to Mozambique recently in September 2021.