President Paul Kagame is in Luanda, Angola to begin a two-day state visit and will hold talks with his counterpart President João Lourenço.
President Kagame’s visit follows previous visit in February by Johnston Busingye Rwanda’s Minister of Justice – he met with Angola’s Interior Minister.
Busingye held bilateral talks with the Attorney General of Angola Mr Hélder Pitta Grós.
Rwanda and Angola in February signed a cooperation Agreement on Security and Public Order.
Meanwhile, the Rwandan mission in Angola has been very busy and has received various diplomats including; the German envoy in Luanda H.E. Dirk Lölke , Ambassador of Poland H.E Piotr Mysliwiec.
Also the Rwandan embassy in Angola last week received Ambassador of Gabon H.E Guy Blaise Nambo Wezet.
President Kagame and his Angolan counterpart last met in July 2018 under the auspices of the BRICS summit.
Cooperation between Rwanda and Angola is being developed within the framework of regional peace and security issues.
Diplomatic cooperation between the two countries was consolidated in 2014 when Angolan Minister for External Relations, Georges Rebelo Chikoti visited Rwanda and met with President Paul Kagame.
In 2015, Rwanda opened an embassy in Luanda, Angola. Ambassador Alfred Kalisa is currently heading the Rwandan mission in Angola.