The long wait is over, as Russia is just hours away from blowing the first whistle to kick off World Cup 2018.
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has also arrived in Moscow Russia where he met his counterpart Vladmir Putin at the Kremlin.
Russia is hosting the World Cup 2018 and President Kagame will be attending the opening ceremony on Thursday.
Economic analysts say that Russia will spend at least $11 billion to ensure that the World Cup games are successful.
In early 2009, Russia announced it was going to bid for the right to host the 2018 World Cup.
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