Rwanda, Jan 15 – Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited Rwanda bearing good tidings to the East Africa country, as they look to cement their good relations on something better in various sectors.
Wang Yi said the East Asia country is ready to work more with the African country than last year for the benefit of the two parties.
The two have enjoyed a lengthy contract of mutual understanding that has seen China invest a number of businesses and projects in the landlocked soil. Rwanda has had the opportunity to promote its culture and market as well in the Asian continent.
China has been a great help in financial aid more so in most of Rwanda’s project, more so in the infrastructure sector that has helped the country’s economy. Rwanda has imported most of its goods from China establishing a trading partnership with them over the years.
President Kagame has expressed his expectation of their partner, to play a bigger role in the economy of Rwanda in 2018. He acknowledged the support his government has received from the Chinese leadership and hopes for more of the same in the New Year.
Wang, who is on an African trip made Rwanda the first stop to make a key gesture of the great accord the two countries have. He added that the Chinese government is eager to learn more from Rwanda, and imbibe the country’s culture to the Asian country.
The two hope to better their communication to ensure the soon-coming Forum on China-Africa Cooperation summit improves the global status with China and Africa the focal beneficiaries in the conference.
Such conferences offer a platform for networking in the various fields of business, agriculture among other categories as countries make contacts and contracts of agreement. It is a learning platform on how best they can improve their economies and benefit from one another’s ideas and knowledge.