During the bilateral meeting, both officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Visa Waiver for holders of Diplomatic, Official, and Special passports.
This landmark decision marks a pivotal moment in the diplomatic relationship between the two nations.
This progressive step aims to simplify and expedite travel for these passport holders, promoting ease of diplomatic exchange and collaboration between Rwanda and Venezuela.
Minister Yván Gil Pinto’s visit to Rwanda holds particular significance in the broader context of diplomatic relations between the two nations.
It followed a promising meeting between President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, which took place in September 2023 during the G77 meeting in Cuba.
During their meeting, the two leaders pledged to work more closely for the mutual benefit of their respective countries.
The diplomatic relationship between Rwanda and Venezuela date back to August 18, 1981.
Since then, both countries have been working together to strengthen their diplomatic ties and foster mutually beneficial cooperation in various areas.