President Kagame on Thursday received his Estonian counterpart, Kersti Kaljulaid, at Village Urugwiro for bilateral talks.
During the meeting, the two Presidents discussed cooperation between the two countries, particularly regarding ICT.
“Rwanda is and African ICT champion and a great part of our discussion focused on digital societies,” the Estonian President later said in a tweet. “But also EU-AU relations, as well as cooperation in the UN. Great to find friends so far from home!”
Kaljulaid is on a 3-day working visit to Rwanda and Ethiopia, where she also visited the African Union headquarters.
Earlier on Thursday, the Estonian President also visited Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Gisozi, her first stop after her arrival, where she paid tribute to the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsis.
Kaljulaid and her delegation were later also hosted to a State diner by President Kagame.