Rwanda: Country, China Sign Co-operation Agreements

Date:2011-01-04 17:23:03

The Government of Rwanda and the Government of the People's Republic of China, yesterday, signed six economic and technical cooperation agreements.
      The pacts were signed by the Chinese International Trade Representative and Deputy Minister of Commerce, Gao Hucheng, and various Rwandan ministers; Foreign Affairs, Health, Infrastructure and Agriculture.
      The pact included two financial agreements of Yuan 50m (approx Rwf4.6bn) grant to finance the projects agreed upon by both governments and another Yuan 50m, a 5-year interest-free loan.
      Both governments also signed an agreement to dispatch an expert group to Rwanda for a feasibility study on a 25 kms road construction project in the City of Kigali, financed by the Chinese government.
      The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, said that, the agreements demonstrated the close and friendly relations that exist between the two countries.
      "The talks were very successful and ended with a promise of a new level in cooperation between China and Rwanda," said the minister.
      "Our two governments and people have deeply engaged each other and built bridges of confidence and understanding".

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