The development has been announced by Rwanda’s Presidency via X account, formerly Twitter.
Rwanda and Mozambique have been enjoying vibrant relations for many years.
Both countries have cooperation agreements in different areas including security, trade and investment among others.
In 2021, Rwanda sent joint troops of Rwanda National Police (RNP) and Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) to fight terrorists in the Southern Africa country.
Following the deployment of Rwandan troops, the situation has been gradually returning to normal where displaced citizens returned home and schools resumed.
President Nyusi’s most recent visit to Rwanda took place in July 2023. During this visit, President Kagame gave him Inyambo, a breed of long-horned cattle. Prior to that, in February 2022, the two heads of state met in Rwanda to discuss collaborative efforts between their countries.
Their discussions encompassed various initiatives, including the joint actions taken to enhance security in Cabo Delgado Province and other areas of mutual cooperation.