Rwanda and Mozambique are looking forward to enhancing agriculture cooperation, following the visit of a Mozambican agriculture minister to the small central African country.
Jose Condungua Pacheco on Thursday met with his Rwandan counterpart Geraldine Mukeshimana in Kigali, Capital of Rwanda to seal agriculture cooperation deals.
Both countries have agreed to work together to share best practices and improve agricultural and rural development for the benefit of citizens of the two countries.
Speaking to reporters, Mukeshimana said that agriculture is one of the potential areas for Rwanda-Mozambique cooperation.
“We are committed to ensuring agriculture cooperation between the two countries yield fruitful achievements in trade and investment, technology exchange and personnel training,” she noted.
Bilateral talks between the two nations also included the possibility of having RwandAir commencing flights to Mozambique.
According to Pacheco, Mozambique is committed to partnering with Rwanda to achieve mutual goals of ensuring food security while facilitating and expanding trade.
“The aim of the visit is to strengthen bilateral relations in the area of agriculture between Mozambique and Rwanda. We are looking forward to strong cooperation in agriculture sector,” he added. Enditem