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Rwandan President Paul Kagame Arrives in Namibia for a Three-day State Visit

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame arrived in Windhoek on Monday to begin a three-day official visit to Namibia.

President Kagame travelled to the southern African country with First Lady Jeanette Kagame alongside other top government officials.

The Rwandan leader is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with his host President Hage Geingob.

Rwanda and Namibia enjoy cordial diplomatic relations which have seen the two sides cooperate on various matters including security.

President Kagame has previously made visits to other southern African states, including Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Madagascar and Zimbabwe.

The visits are seen as a deliberate move by the presidency to consolidate Rwanda’s relations with countries across the continent.


President Kagame has been a vocal proponent of the African Union’s plan to consolidate the African market space, which he has said in the past would benefit the continent vastly and enable it to negotiate better deals with other regions.



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