A new bilateral surroundings services agreement was signed this past weekend between the island nation of Sao Tome e’ Principe and Rwanda, allowing for flights between the two Africa countries when either national flight is ready to do so.
Furthermore inked were additional bilateral contracts covering a mutual visa waiver, cooperation in tourism, trade, farming, and animal resources.
The cooperation between the two nations is an extension of Rwanda’ h deliberate expansion of friendly relationships in Africa and follows taking after the actions of similar deals signed recently with Morocco – a nation which re-entry into the African Partnership Rwanda supported greatly – as well as with Djibouti and Mozambique, furthermore Portuguese-speaking, among others.
Rwanda has in recent years positioned itself among Africa’ s leading M. I actually. C. E hubs with additional hotel capacity in Kigali as well as the opening last year of the new Kigali Convention Centre while also placing national airline RwandAir into place to commence intercontinental flights the first time in its history when launching Mumbai on April 3.
A sizeable Rwandan destination just returned from the world’ s biggest international tourism trade fair, ITB, and members of the delegation left a comment favorably on interest levels, business carried out, and growing demand for Rwanda holidays, although 2 were outspoken in condemning the strike in Berlin’ s two airports because damaging the image of Germany all over the world.