Kagame gives inaugural speech at India Summit
NEW DELHI - President Paul Kagame yesterday recalled the long history of interaction between Africa and India, in particular the multiple links with East Africa. This was during his inaugural speech at the opening of the on-going India-Africa Business Partnership Summit, a two-day event organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci), in New Delhi, India. “Descendants of Indian immigrants became the backbone of commerce and industry and are currently among leading entrepreneurs and industrialists in our region,” Kagame told a gathering that included Indian Minister of External Affairs Pranab Murkhajee and State Minister for Commerce Jairam Ramesh.
President Kagame greets Indian Minister of External Affairs, Pranab Murkhajee .(Photo PPU)