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Rwanda Visit 2018: First Indian Prime Minister to visit East African Country

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: India has extended USD 200 million lines of credit to Rwanda for its economic development, signed a defense cooperation agreement and will soon open a High Commission here as part of New Delhi's efforts to bolster the strategic partnership with the fast-developing East African country. The announcements came during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Rwanda, the first by an Indian prime minister to the country. After his one-on-one talks with Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, Modi announced that India will soon open its mission in Rwanda.

Unlike other African countries, the country of Rwanda understood what it is like not to have peace and security in your own country. It is no-BuenoThe people of Africa have been through enough and have seen enough. The peace, security, and stability are not negotiable in Rwanda today. The people and the government, both are on the same page on sustaining a peaceful-Rwanda.
The government has done a good job ensuring that the maintenance of the 100% security all over the country This is the outcome of working together with the people of Rwanda. 




Today the world can witness the community engagements at all levels of government institutions in the cities, the urban centers, and the rural areas. When regular citizens and the government understand the importance of safety and security in the country and have the will and determination to make it happen together, the rest is easy from there. It helps the police force to eliminate inefficiencies and miscellaneous waste, which cuts costs down very considerably. This is what Rwanda has done sustainably for over 15-years now. 
Apart from the credit lines, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi gifted 200 cows for prosperous agriculture and farmers of Rwanda. Basically, both the countries are seen to be at the good terms, mostly regarding trade and business after the First Indian Prime Minister visit Rwanda.  Lately, after the mutual visits of both parties, you could see Indian products like Bajaj bikes being sold largely in Rwanda and many more Indian investments in the Capital. In exchange, Rwanda is Benefiting from Rwandan students who are mostly getting easily admitted into top Indian Medical schools, as they are so reputable for their quality medical schools in our region.

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