Narendra Modi in Rwanda: PM holds talks with Paul Kagame; India extends $200 million credit lines [Photos]

Narendra Modi began his Africa tour with Rwanda and arrived in the country on Monday as part of India's outreach to the resource-rich continent

FP Staff July 24, 2018 18:52:29 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his Africa tour with Rwanda and arrived in the country on Monday as part of India's outreach to the resource-rich continent. He also held one-on-one talks with Rwanda's president Paul Kagame. PTI
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his Africa tour with Rwanda and arrived in the country on Monday as part of India's outreach to the resource-rich continent. He also held one-on-one talks with Rwanda's president Paul Kagame. PTI
India has extended $200 million lines of credit to Rwanda for its economic development, signed a defence cooperation agreement and will soon open a High Commission in Rwanda. PTI
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India has extended $200 million lines of credit to Rwanda for its economic development, signed a defence cooperation agreement and will soon open a High Commission in Rwanda. PTI
Modi also praised the Indian community's "very positive" influence on the India-Rwanda friendship and said that in every part of the world, the Indian diaspora is distinguishing itself and making the countrymen proud of its accomplishments. PTI
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Modi also praised the Indian community's "very positive" influence on the India-Rwanda friendship and said that in every part of the world, the Indian diaspora is distinguishing itself and making the countrymen proud of its accomplishments. PTI
Modi also visited the Genocide Memorial Centre which honours over 250,000 victims of Rwanda's mass killings in 1994. PTI
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Modi also visited the Genocide Memorial Centre which honours over 250,000 victims of Rwanda's mass killings in 1994. PTI
Modi on Tuesday gifted 200 cows to villagers in Rwanda to support Kagame's ambitious initiative for poverty reduction and tackling childhood malnutrition. Twitter @narendramodi
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Modi on Tuesday gifted 200 cows to villagers in Rwanda to support Kagame's ambitious initiative for poverty reduction and tackling childhood malnutrition. Twitter @narendramodi
Modi gifted the cows to poor families during a function at Rweru Model Village and appreciated the government's 'Girinka Programme'. Twitter @narendramodi
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Modi gifted the cows to poor families during a function at Rweru Model Village and appreciated the government's 'Girinka Programme'. Twitter @narendramodi