The President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame is set to make his first official visit to Guyana next week, taking up an invitation that was extended to him by President Irfaan Ali.
Senior Government officials have confirmed the planned visit.
President Ali met and held discussions with the Rwandan leader during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Rwanda earlier this year.
News Source understands that the President of the central African nation is expected to be accompanied by a number of his senior Government officials and will look to examine closer ties with Guyana in a number of areas.
During the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, President Ali held brief bilateral discussions with his Rwandan counterpart.
The Republic of Rwanda is a land-locked African country with a population of almost 13 million.
It is considered by the US State Department to be a poor but developing country. The World Bank sees Rwanda’s economy as one with consistent growth, which is believed to be driven by large public investments.