As he concluded the the visit on Tuesday 9th January 2024, King Abdullah II expressed gratitude for the warm hospitality and commended the resilience and unity of the Rwandan people in transforming the country into a symbol of progress and prosperity.
President Kagame also took to X account to highlight the common values of peace, justice, and security that bind Rwanda and Jordan, and expressed eagerness to strengthen bilateral ties.
The visit included a tête-à-tête and bilateral talks between the leaders and their delegations, resulting in the signing of agreements and memoranda of understanding.
These encompassed areas such as the elimination of double taxation, cooperation in health and medical science, economic and trade collaboration, and agricultural cooperation.
King Abdullah II also paid respects to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at the Kigali Genocide Memorial, emphasizing its significance as a testament to national reconciliation and a source of lessons for the world on overcoming tragedies to achieve unity, peace, and resilience.
Rwanda and Jordan’s collaboration extends to combating terrorism through direct communication, as well as cooperation in political consultations, higher education, health and medical sciences, defence and security, and air services.