The discussions between the two officials, as reported by Rwanda’s embassy in Saudi Arabia, primarily focused on exploring investment opportunities between Rwanda and Saudi Arabia. The talks also delved into broader aspects of bilateral relations and cooperation.
Diplomatic ties between Rwanda and Saudi Arabia were established in 2018 with the signing of a cooperation agreement. Despite differences in natural resources, the two nations engage in various forms of business, including the trade of oil, a significant resource for Saudi Arabia.
The embassy highlighted the positive relations between Rwanda and Saudi Arabia in fields such as medicine, education, energy, and infrastructure. Moreover, both nations see potential for increased collaboration in technology, finance, tourism, trade, and general investment.
This meeting underscores the commitment of both countries to strengthening their diplomatic ties and exploring new avenues for mutually beneficial cooperation.