Paul Kagame visits Guinea Conakry to bolster ties

Paul Kagame visits Guinea Conakry to bolster ties

Rwandan President Paul Kagame arrived Monday in Guinea Conakry in view of bolstering ties with the West African country ruled by a Junta.

The visit follows that he made to Benin where he met with President Patrice Talon.

Ousmane Gaoual Diallo, spokesman of the Guinean government said the visit is in line with South-South cooperation.

He also indicated Kagame and his counterpart Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya will oversee the signing of several agreements.

“It is a south-south cooperation that is starting and it will be beneficial for our two countries,” Diallo said. He argued that Rwanda is renowned internationally for many things.

“In a few years we want to be the masters in the fields of technology,” the state official added.

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