Rwanda, Egypt hold talks at AU Summit
GOVERNMENT| July 18, 2012, 10:29 a.m.
The Presidents of Egypt and Rwanda have held talks on the sidelines of the African Union Summit in Ethiopia.
President Paul Kagame met newly elected President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt during the gathering of AU Heads of State in Addis Ababa this week. Morsi invited President Kagame to Egypt and thanked Rwanda for its continuous efforts to foster mutually beneficial cooperation among Nile Basin countries.
The talks came amid AU talks on boosting intra-African trade.
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