Rwanda, Poland sign higher education agreement

APA - Kigali (Rwanda)

Rwanda and Poland signed on Tuesday a technical cooperation agreement to focus on the fields of higher education, political consultations and cybersecurity.

The agreement was signed in Warsaw during a working visit by the Rwandan minister of  Foreign affairs and Cooperation, Dr Vincent Biruta who is currently in Poland for a working visit.

By signing the agreement, Poland is seeking ways to boost trade cooperation with Rwanda, due to the country's favorable business climate. 

The move is aimed at improving bilateral cooperation in trade and investment between two countries.

The Polish government has realised that Africa is becoming a more productive partner businesswise and wanted to take this opportunity to another level.

 The primary role of the “Go Africa programme” is to forge business partnerships between Polish investors and African  entrepreneurs to promote growth of the continent.

A $500b fund was established to support this initiative across the continent.


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