Kigali - Representatives of several Rwandan and Moroccan companies held, Wednesday in Kigali, a meeting to discuss means to strengthen their partnership relations in several areas.
Kigali – Representatives of several Rwandan and Moroccan companies held, Wednesday in Kigali, a meeting to discuss means to strengthen their partnership relations in several areas.
The meeting, held on the occasion of the official visit by HM King Mohammed VI to Rwanda, was an opportunity to stress the importance of increasing contacts between the business communities of both countries in order to set up a win-win partnership.
Speaking on this occasion, president of Rwanda Development Board (RDB), Francis Gatare, stressed that the Royal visit to Rwanda will give new impetus to the Moroccan-Rwandan cooperation.
Cooperation between the two countries is about to usher in a new promising phase at the political, diplomatic and economic fields, he said, noting that the two countries have a huge potential that should be taken into account to raise the level of economic and trade exchanges.
For her part, head of Morocco’s Employers’ Association (CGEM), Meriyem Bensaleh Chekroun, said that the meeting between the Rwandan and Moroccan private sectors reflects the will of the leaders of both countries to establish a strong and innovative partnership.
She added that the official visit by HM the King to Rwanda will be marked by the signing of several cooperation agreements between the two countries in several fields, including logistics, housing, agribusiness and pharmaceutical industry.