Kigali - The current visit of HM King Mohammed VI to Rwanda symbolizes the renewal of Africa, Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar said Wednesday in Kigali.
Kigali – The current visit of HM King Mohammed VI to Rwanda symbolizes the renewal of Africa, Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar said Wednesday in Kigali.
King Mohammed VI and Rwandan President Paul Kagame share the same visions and beliefs for the renewal of Africa, Mezouar told the press following the luncheon hosted by the Rwandan president in the honor of HM the King and the delegation accompanying him.
“The Royal visit to Rwanda shows that South-South partnership makes sense that translates into action”, he said, stressing that the Sovereign and the Rwandan Head of State “are two African leaders who belong to this new generation who met and appreciate each other. They decided to move forward together”.
Morocco and Rwanda are linked by strong historical relationship at all levels, Mezouar said, adding that the two countries are determined to further strengthen their ties with leadership and conviction.
“Our two countries have a role to play for our continent to enable it take up the challenges”, the minister said, noting that the agreements and cooperation conventions signed Wednesday in Kigali demonstrate the will and vision shared by the two countries.