Saudi Arabia, Rwanda ministers meet - Agree to strengthen cooperation


Daijiworld Media Network - Riyadh

Riyadh, Jun 9: Saudi Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz Kattan and Rwandan Foreign Minister Vincent Perrotta signed an agreement to boost cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Rwanda. The two ministers met in Kigali on Tuesday June 8.

The deal is aimed at strengthening the existing bonds between the two countries and seeks to enhance cooperation between the two countries in all sectors including education, art, culture, media, tourism, youth empowerment and sports.

Earlier, Kattan also met Rwandan President Paul Kagame. During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral ties and discussed ways to enhance those relations.

  

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