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Rwanda, Kenya Sign Nine Cooperation Agreements

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Rwanda and Kenya on Tuesday, signed nine agreements aimed at creating frameworks for cooperation in mutual areas of interests.

This was part of the agenda of President William Ruto’s two-day state visit in Rwanda where he held bilateral talks with President Paul Kagame and will later on be hosted to a state banquet tonight.

Six agreements signed by both countries’ Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Dr Vincent Biruta and his counterpart Alfred Mutua include, correctional services, diplomatic training, ICT, health, youth, and cooperative development.

In addition, three agreements in education, agriculture, and gender were signed by each country’s respective ministers.

Rwanda and Kenya have for a long time enjoyed cordial bilateral ties across different sectors of development.

The New Times

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