On June 3, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will make a working visit to the Republic of Rwanda. He will meet with President of Rwanda Paul Kagame, who chairs the African Union this year, and with Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation, and East African Community Louise Mushikiwabo.
The agenda of Sergey Lavrov’s visit includes discussions on a wide range of bilateral issues, primarily trade and economic cooperation. Opportunities are available for strengthening ties in exploration and mining, energy, information technology, agriculture, medicine and training of personnel.
The officials will hold a detailed exchange of opinions on global and regional affairs, including the fight against terrorism and extremism. They will also discuss peacekeeping in Africa and the search for solutions to conflicts in Africa’s troubled areas, primarily in the Great Lakes area, the Central African Republic and the Sahara-Sahel region.
They also plan to discuss the current state and the future of political, trade, economic and cultural cooperation between Russia and the African Union.
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