Their discussions were held on Tuesday 5th September 2023 in Nairobi on the sidelines of the Africa Climate Change Summit 2023.
As Kagame met with Ghanaian counterpart, they discussed security challenges facing the continent and reiterated their commitment to strengthening bilateral ties in several areas, including vaccine manufacturing.
Meanwhile, Kagame’s discussions with Maada Bio of Sierra Leone focused on areas of partnerships in various sectors, including in land restoration and conservation.
The Heads of State agreed to establish working groups to further collaboration and knowledge exchange.
On the same day, Kagame also had engaging discussions with Sigrid Kaag, outgoing Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands on the opportunities for bilateral collaboration in furthering projects that address climate change and contribute to socio-economic transformation.
They also discussed ongoing developments on the continent and the need for a paradigm shift towards mutually beneficial Europe Africa partnerships as revealed by Rwanda’s Presidency.
President Kagame arrived in Kenya on Tuesday morning for the Africa Climate Change Summit 2023, which was attended by Kenyan President William Ruto, Salva Kiir of South Sudan, and Azali Assoumani of Comoros.
The meeting also saw the participation of Moussa Faki Mahamat, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General, and other dignitaries.