PM Modi calls for development in economic ties between India and Rwanda

Rwanda | Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday during his 3 nation visit in Rwanda called for boosting economic ties between India and Rwanda as he believes the two nations can do a lot together. India and Rwanda signed eight agreements to boost bilateral cooperation between the two nations.

Addressing a Business Forum in Kigali, PM Modi said, “We want to boost economic ties between India and Rwanda. Our nations can do a lot together. There are several opportunities in rural development and small scale industries”. “India is growing exponentially but our mantra is ‘Sabka saath sabka vikas’. We will grow but we will also help those grow, who are with us. We will walk together,” he added.

Prime Minister Modi thanked Rwanda for the warm reception. He further stated that Prime Minister Modi stated that this meeting would help to strengthen economic and cultural relations between the two countries.

“I thank the wonderful people of Rwanda for their warmth and affection. This visit adds tremendous strength to closer economic and cultural relations between India and Rwanda,” he added.

“The Girinka Programme is helping transform the lives of people across rural Rwanda. I also told President Paul Kagame about the initiatives we are taking in India for the development of our villages,” PM Modi asserted while addressing leading CEOs from India and Rwanda.

PM Modi will next visit South Africa to attend the 10th edition of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg on his last leg of his three-nation Africa tour.

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