India and Uganda signed four MoUs in the areas of defense cooperation, visa exemption for official and diplomatic passport holders, cultural exchange programme and material testing laboratory.
The agreements were inked following delegation-level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala this evening.
The two leaders comprehensively reviewed all aspects of bilateral relations. India also announced two Lines of Credit worth nearly 200 million US dollars to Uganda in energy, infrastructure, agriculture and dairy sectors.
During his Rwanda visit, the Prime Minister today attended the India-Rwanda Business forum in Kigali. Addressing the leading CEOs from the two countries, Mr. Modi said, his government wants to boost economic ties between India and Rwanda. He said Rwanda is the gateway to Africa and the country holds great opportunities for business cooperation between the two countries.
India and Rwanda signed eight agreements in various fields including Defence, Trade, and Agriculture following delegation-level talks between Mr. Modi and Rwandan President Paul Kagame.