The heads of state will meet with the Rwandan Joint Forces working with Mozambican Defence Armed Forces in Cabo Delgado, followed by tête-à-tête and bilateral meetings and a press conference, Rwanda’s Presidency has revealed.
Close to 1,000 members of the Rwanda Defence Forces and Rwanda National Police are deployed in the country working with the Mozambican Armed Defence Forces (FADM) and forces from the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
The Rwandan joint forces are deployed in Cabo Delgado Province in northeastern Mozambique and have succeeded in liberating several key towns from terrorist groups in collaboration with Mozambican Armed Defence Forces (FADM).
Mocimboa de Praia is among other liberated towns that were previously used as terrorists’ strongholds.
During this visit, Kagame will also hold a tête-a-tête meeting with his host President Filipe Nyusi followed by a bilateral meeting alongside their respective delegations.
The two Heads of State will also witness the signing of several bilateral agreements and address a joint press conference.
On the second day of his visit, Kagame will join President Nyusi at a Military Ceremony for Armed Forces Day at Pemba Municipal Stadium.
Photos: Village Urugwiro
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