Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame, accompanied by the First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, on April 16, attended the 4th Tana High Level Forum on security in Africa with Heads of States in Addia-Abbba, Ethiopia.
The Forum is an independent initiative of eminent African personalities including the late Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, with an advisory board whose function is to provide strategic insight and oversight.
Kagame later held biletaral meetings with Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
The two leaders agreed to exchange best practices in agriculture as well as peace and security, with Kagame inviting Prime Minister to visit Rwanda as way of continuing the ‘excellent relationship’.
They also met with both the Ethiopian and Rwandan business community. Kagame visited the state-owned Metal and Engineering Corporation (METEC) in Bishoftu.
On the sidelines, after visiting Ethiopia’s National Museum, the First Ladies Mrs Roman Tesfaye and Mrs Jeannette Kagame were also visiting the Muya weaving and pottery center and later the fastest growing African Shoe Brand, the SoleRebels factory.
Below is our favourite photo pick of what transpired during the summit.