President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame are in Marrakech where they arrived yesterday to attend United Nations Climate Change Conference. Forty Heads of State and Government are expected at the Africa Action Summit, to be held on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP22) in Marrakech, Morocco, this week.
Kagame’s trip to Morocco comes after the reciprocal visits of the both leaders. In June, straight before the 27th African Union summit hosted in Rwanda-June; president Kagame visited Morocco and hold direct talk with King Mohammed VI at the Royal Palace in Casablanca.
On this occasion, the King decorated Rwanda’s Head of State with the Order of Muhammad (Wissam al-Mohammadi) of special class, the highest state decoration of the kingdom.
In October, His Majesty King of Morocco Mohammed VI visit Rwanda in a visit said to be of great importance especially as it is the first one made by the Sovereign to Rwanda as stated by His Excellency Paul while addressing the press during the occasion.
“We are very pleased to welcome HM the King on the occasion of this visit that shows that relations between our two countries continue to grow,” said Kagame, who praised the level of ties between the two friendly countries.
Relations between the two countries reached a very good level as Morocco and Rwanda are set to give new impetus to these relations in many fields.
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