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The signing ceremony held in Kigali on Wednesday was witnessed by President Kagame and his guest, His Majesty Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco, who was in Rwanda for a State Visit.
The two principals held a tête-à-tête before witnessing the signing of the agreements.
The King of Morocco was accompanied by a delegation of high ranking Royal officials and members of the Morocco private sector who are interested in exploring investment opportunities and partnerships available in Rwanda.
Officials from both sides also signed agreement related to launch the “Africa Mutual Growth” investment fund, Reciprocal Promotion and Protection of investments and Partnership for the development and the promotion of Economic Zones in Rwanda.
They further penned partnerships on the establishment of the African Institute of Technology (AIT), bilateral council between PSF and the Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), among others.
President Kagame hosted His Majesty and his delegation to a Luncheon at the Kigali Conference Center.
The visit by King Mohammed VI comes after President Kagame’s two-day official visit to Morocco in June this year, where he was decorated by His Majesty the King with the Grand Collar of Wissam Al-Mohammadi, Morocco’s highest national Award of Honour, before hosting him to an official “Iftar” in observance of the holy month of Ramadhan.