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Guinea President Gen. Mamadi Doumbouya concluded his three-day official visit to Rwanda

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The President of Guinea Conakry, Gen. Mamadi Doumbouya, his wife Laurianne Doumbouya, and delegation concluded their three-day visit to Rwanda.

On the evening of Thursday, January 25, President Gen Mamadi Doumbouya arrived at Kigali International Airport and was received by his Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame. This visit aims to strengthen friendship and cooperation ties between the two countries.

During his three-day visit, President Gen Mamadi Doumbouya held talks with President Kagame focused on strengthening relations between the two countries.

He thanked President Kagame for his invitation and the kindness with which Rwandans welcomed him, himself and the team he leads.

Gen Mamadi Doumbouya thanked President Kagame and expressed his willingness to work with Guinea and the confidence that this country has received.

“You are one of the presidents who took steps to come to us, you trusted us and I hope you are not wrong. The people of Guinea and the government will do everything possible to strengthen our cooperation in the fields of communication, infrastructure, and transport,” President Mamadi Doumbouya said.

“I commend you for your efforts in steering Guinea’s transition. I look forward to continue working together. We have a lot to offer each other,” President Kagame told Mamadi Doumbouya, Guinea-Conakry’s president, in his press statement on Friday.

Gen Mamadi Doumbouya and First Lady Lauriane Doumbouya also visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial and laid a wreath at the burial place in remembrance of the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi.

Guided through the memorial’s exhibitions, President Mamadi Doumbouya and his delegation were shown the causes and consequences of the Genocide against the Tutsi as well as the incredible stories of Rwanda’s journey to rebuilding.

Guinea and Rwanda have cooperation. On April 17-18, 2023, President Kagame visited Conakry which resulted in the signing of an agreement on the creation of a joint cooperation committee between Rwanda and Guinea, covering areas such as agriculture, ICT, education, mining, and security.

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