Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu Hassan arrived Kigali on Monday for her two-day State visit to Rwanda.
She was received at the Kigali International Airport by Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister Vincent Biruta. During her visit, she is expected to hold private talks with President Paul Kagame, sign bilateral agreements and address a joint press briefing later on Monday.
After which, President Kagame will host President Samia and her delegation for a State Banquet at the Kigali Convention Centre.
President Kagame and President Samia will on Tuesday, visit several companies in various sectors, including the Special Economic Zone which is home to 120 companies with activities ranging from manufacturing, agro-processing and education.
In a most recent meeting on July 16, Rwanda’s Minister of ICT, Paula Ingabire, met her Tanzanian counterpart Faustine Ndugulile, to review submarine cable infrastructures in Tanzania that support communication services to Rwanda.
On July 9, Rwanda’s Ambassador to Tanzania, Major General Charles Karamba, met Tanzania’s Minister of Defence Elias Kwandikwa in Dodoma, where they discussed “mutual interest” topics.
In early July, she visited Burundi, and with her visit to Rwanda, she will have visited all the East African Community with the exception of South Sudan within the first four months of her presidency.
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