Diplomatic News Desk
Zimbabwe and Rwanda have entered into bilateral relations for the first time and this is subsequently complemented through the trade conference scheduled for Kampala this March.
This has been revealed today at a press conference held today in Harare by Zim Trade and attended by Rwandan-Zim diplomatic officials.
Zimbabwe’s Deputy Minister of Economic Development and International Trade David Musabayana said the the conference is expected to building cooperation in areas of investment and improving bilateral relations between the two nations.
“The conference is expected to deepen business engagement between the two nations and this will see us corporating in different areas which include infrastructure , agriculture, ICT and among others.”
James Musona Rwandan Ambassador to Zimbabwe said the trade conference will be a show cased opportunity for Zimbabwe’s businesses to grow in Rwanda were business opportunities are plenty.
” This marks the first bilateral engagement between Zimbabwe and Rwanda and through the conference we expect to see Zimbabwe’s businesses growing in Rwanda were there are many investment opportunities in areas of trade, agriculture, ICT among others.”
Zim Trade Chief Executive Officer Allan Majuru said the trade been Zimbabwe and Rwanda has grown up over the years and is expected to boost with the upcoming conference.
“The upcoming trade conference is expected to see a free flow of business between the two nations and we are projecting the business to grow well.”
Rwanda is strategically positioned in terms of the easy of doing business and enjoys good governments , ICT with a vibrant airline which links Harare and Kigali