Kagame disclosed that the two leaders engaged in productive discussions earlier during their one-on-one meeting. Emphasizing the shared aspirations of Rwanda and Guinea, Kagame highlighted the goals of achieving prosperity, peace, and security for their citizens. Noting positive outcomes in bilateral relations, Kagame mentioned the signing of numerous agreements across various sectors, with a particular focus on digitization, trade, and investments.
Expressing eagerness for collaboration, Kagame stated Rwanda’s willingness to share home-grown solutions and continue learning from Guinea. Addressing the global crisis, Kagame stressed the need for joint efforts in finding solutions to challenges. He commended Doumbouya for steering Guinea through a transitional phase and maintaining stability and development.
In response, Doumbouya underscored the significance of his visit to Kigali, expressing the desire to strengthen the relationship between the two countries and enhance the bonds of friendship and cooperation in the pan-African spirit. He reiterated Guinea’s willingness to collaborate, acknowledging Kagame’s confidence in their nation. Doumbouya highlighted the commitment of Guinea and its government to reinforce cooperation, particularly in the telecommunications, infrastructure, and transport sectors.
Both leaders agreed on the importance of diplomatic presence in Kigali and Conakry as a means of strengthening relations and bringing their people closer together.