Addressing a gathering of Indian community members here, Modi said Rwanda’s President Kagame had told him about the Indian community’s work in the country.
“I am delighted to interact with the Indian community in Rwanda. President @PaulKagame told me that the Indian community is contributing to Rwanda‘s progress and they are also doing lot of community service. I was happy to hear this,” he said.
The proposed opening of the Indian High Commission in Rwanda augurs well for our countries. The bond will deepen an… https://t.co/3IDJSFD3hz
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1532376727000
“All over the world, the Indian diaspora is making a mark. They are our ‘Rashtradoots’,” the prime minister said.
Modi is on a two-day visit to Rwanda — one of Africa’s fastest growing economies. He is the first Indian prime…