President Paul Kagame has joined different leaders and business people from across the World who are gathered in Davos, Switzerland for the 2018 edition of Word Economic Forum (WEF) meeting.
On its 48th occasion the four day meeting opened today and will be closed on 26th.
The meeting is running under the theme ‘Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World’
Kagame is leading a delegation comprised of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and East African Community Affairs Minister, Louise Mushikiwabo; Finance and Economic Planning Minister; Amb. Claver Gatete; Information, Technology and Communication Minister, Jean de Dieu Rurangirwa and Minister of Environment, Dr. Vincent Biruta.
Also among the team include, the Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board, Francis Gatare and the Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Development Board, Clare Akamanzi.
The programme of the forum is built around four key objectives which are; driving economic progress, navigating a multipolar and multi-conceptual world, overcoming divisions in society and shaping the agile governance of technology.
President Kagame and the delegation he leads will be looking to showcase investment opportunities that Rwanda offers to investors and entrepreneurs from around the World.
According to the statement from the Office of the President, Kagame is also expected to speak at the Washington Post Foreign Policy Lunch 2018 as well as deliver the closing remarks at the Peace-building in Africa session.
The Express News