The development has been confirmed by Rwanda’s Presidency but did not disclose more details about the visit.
Rwanda and Benin share a history of strong bilateral relations and have collaborated in various areas, including information and communication technology (ICT), urban development, administration, and air transport, among others.
In April this year, Kagame held a two-day visit to the Western Africa country aimed at further strengthening bilateral cooperation, particularly in trade, investment, expertise exchange, tourism, and other sectors.
At the time, Rwanda and Benin signed a defence and security agreement to address insecurity and terror threats in the West African country.
The two nations agreed to work together to safeguard the borders of Benin, especially in the northern region of the country that borders Burkina Faso and Niger.
Among others, Kagame and his Beninese counterpart, agreed that a joint permanent commission meeting would be held in Cotonou before the end of 2023.