They discussed ways to strengthen relations and cooperation between the two countries.
In July last year, the cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame approved Amb. Amir Mohammad Khan to represent Pakistan to Rwanda with residence in Kigali.
Rwanda and Pakistan enjoy longstanding relations whereby Pakistan business people arrived in Rwanda 100 years ago during the reign of Kings.
Pakistan was the first country that rose alarm to the United Nations to save Tutsis during Genocide in 1994.
In 2014, both countries expanded cooperation in the areas of politics, economy, military and education among others.
Pakistan nationals in Rwanda run different businesses like foreign exchange businesses, wholesaling rice, or working with Non-Governmental Organizations among others.