Algeria, Rwanda Linked By 'Good' Relationships, Kagame Stresses
Algeria and Rwanda maintain "good" bilateral relations since the 1970s, Rwandan President Paul Kagame stressed Monday in Algiers.
"Algeria and Rwanda are linked by good relations since the 1970s, especially in diplomacy and we even expanded this relationship," Kagame told the press after a meeting with President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
He noted that relations between the two countries "have improved in recent years," adding that Algeria and Rwanda "are endeavouring to further deepen these relationships."
"We are optimistic regarding the development of relations between our two countries," said the Rwandan Head of State.
President Kagame arrived Sunday in Algiers for a three-day state visit at the invitation of President Bouteflika.