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Paul Kagame paid an official visit to Ethiopia and signed deals to strength the bilateral relation between the two countries.
After the discussion the leaders of the two countries had at the National Palace, they met with the media on Thursday April 16.
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said that the two countries have agreed to share best practices that will help to boost the economic growth of both countries. “The issue of regional integration was also our agenda items,” he said.
He said that the two countries are the countries that are in the forefront that register good economic development in Africa.
President Kagame speaking on commonalities between Ethiopia and Rwanda said that the two nations have many similar things they share.“There are many striking similarities, most of which are centered around our common determination to focus on empowering and uplifting our people as the dignified and self-reliant drivers of our socio-economic development. Solidarity is particularly important in the face of growing opportunities, but also inevitable challenges as we continue to uphold our collective dignity, stability and prosperity” he said.
President Kagame also commended the Government of Ethiopia for the sustainable and inclusive development achieved and Ethiopia’s exemplary role in regional peace and security.
Hailemariam on his part also commended citizens of Rwanda for the progress made to date.”Rwanda is a country that has proven that determined people and dedicated leadership can surmount insurmountable odds,” he said adding that Rwanda’s progress is largely due to the dedication of the people of Rwanda to become masters of their destiny and to the discipline and vision of President Kagame.
The two leaders have also decided to interconnect their respective nations with the regional electric power pool. Hailemariam said that the two nations will also enjoy an electrical power interconnection. He said that currently the project that connects Kenya and Ethiopia is undergoing. “So Rwanda will be easily connected with Ethiopia via Kenya,” he added.
“This integration shall help to boost to transform our economy in to an industrial economy,” Hailemariam said.
Best practices from the agriculture sector will also be one of the areas the two countries will exchange their experience, according to the PM.
Peace and security is also another issue the two leaders discussed. Ahead of the press conference, the two countries have signed a partnership on urban housing development program.
Mekuria Haile, Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Construction, who signed the partnership agreement on the Ethiopian side, told Capital that the details will be worked out to implement the agreement.
He said that both countries have interest in urban housing development program. “We will share our experience and we shall learn from them,” he told Capital.
Rwanda is one of the strong continental partners of Ethiopia and it has got international recognition for the various development works it has accomplished in the past two decades.
The Rwandan president has also met with the Ethiopian business community and has visited several manufacturing sites located in the southeastern part of Addis Ababa.