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India extends $200 million lines of credit to Rwanda, to open a High Commission in Kigali

India has extended USD 200 million lines of credit to Rwanda for its economic development, signed a defence cooperation agreement and will soon open a High Commission here as part of New Delhi's efforts to bolster the strategic partnership with the fast-developing East African country.

The announcements came during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Rwanda, the first by an Indian prime minister to the country.

After his one-on-one talks with Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, Modi announced that India will soon open its mission in Rwanda.

At the joint press meet with President Kagame of Rwanda, PM Modi highlighted India's role in development of Rwanda and said that in the times to come, the partnership between both the countries would become stronger. The PM spoke about cooperation between India and Rwanda in several sectors like technology, infrastructure development, project assistance, finance, ICT and capacity building.

 

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