Today, the Council of Ministers gave its green light for the new country programs for Senegal and Rwanda, two partner countries of the Belgian development cooperation. The new country programs focus strongly on entrepreneurship, the development of a local private sector and the promotion of the sexual and reproductive rights and the health of girls and women.
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo signs two general cooperation agreements with partner countries Guinea and Rwanda in the margins of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. Among other things, the agreements put into writing the Belgian commitment to pay taxes on the import and local purchase of goods and services in our partner countries.
A bilateral consultation by high-level civil servants of the Republic of Rwanda and the Kingdom of Belgium took place this 24 May 2018 in the framework of the permanent political dialogue initiated by the two countries in 2015.