President Paul Kagame has today held discussions with Secretary General of Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.
According to a tweet from the President’s office, “President Kagame visits OIFfrancophonie offices in Paris where he is meeting with OIF Secretary General Louise Mushikiwabo and staff.
Kagame was this morning taking part in the Vivatech, an event considered the world’s rendezvous for startups and leaders to celebrate innovation together.
Kagame and Senegalese President were both at the event to share Africa’s progress in digital economy.
President Kagame highly supported Mushikiwabo candidacy for the biggest slot to head the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF).
“We have always won. I saw unity in the African leaders, especially of the Francophonie part of Africa, all agreeing that Louise is the right candidate and we are going to put our weight behind her,” Kagame said in November last year at a reception honouring her victory.
Its mission is to embody the active solidarity between its 88 member states and governments (61 members and 27 observers), which together represent over one-third of the United Nations’ member states and account for a population of over 900 million people, including 300 million French speakers.