Kagame speaks on changing global political economy
NEW DELHI - President Paul Kagame yesterday spoke on the subject of the “changing global political economy” and its implications for Africa. The President expressed his views on the matter in a speech delivered at the famed Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) as he wound up his two-day Indian trip, which started Monday. “I wish to make the case that the changes in the international arena, especially the broadening of economic powers beyond the dominant Western Axis of North America, Western Europe and Japan are positive for Africa,” he stressed on the on-set.
President Kagame meets with the Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh in New Dehli on Monday evening.(PPU photo)