Diplomatic Cooperation: Zimbabwean Embassy Opens in Kigali

Diplomatic Cooperation Zimbabwean Embassy Opens in Kigali (News Central TV)

The Republic of Zimbabwe has officially inaugurated its resident embassy in Kigali today September 28, 2021.

The Zimbabwean Ambassador to Rwanda, Charity Manyeruke lauded the presidents of both countries for establishing resident embassies in the respective capitals, saying it is a sign of a better mutual relationship, ahead.

She stated that deliberate efforts from both countries are needed to uplift economic ties.

Manyeruke said “We are alive to the fact that today, the trade volumes between our two sister countries is very low, we must double our efforts to boost trade cooperation”

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Frederick Musiiwa Makamure Shava said that this is an important step towards strengthening bilateral relations.

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“Several milestones have already been achieved, all aimed at deepening our relations…a clear indication of our collective commitment to a shared vision driven by a desire of the two countries to work together for the betterment of our citizens,” he said.

On the current Rwanda-Zimbabwe trade and investment conference, he said that Zimbabwe is open for business and it also designated special economic zones which are geographical and commodity-based as a way of encouraging foreign investment.

Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Vincent Biruta said that the connection between “our people” has continued to grow due to joint works in fields of education, trade and investment, tourism, defence, and transport, among others.

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Adding, it is no surprise that there is a determination to stand up for Africa as a whole to attain the prosperity and dignity that people rightly deserve. Zimbabwe opened its doors to Rwanda in October 2019.

In a related development, Rwanda and Zimbabwe signed five cooperation agreements in ICT and e-governance, environment and climate change, agriculture and livestock, tourism and business events 

Deputy Chief Executive of Rwanda Development Board (RDB), Zeph Niyonkuru described the agreements as an opportunity to make the most of the ‘deep’ and warm relationship enjoyed by the two countries.

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