Zimbabwe, Rwanda Sign Thirty MOUs, Commit to Strengthening Bilateral Cooperation

Zimbabwe and Rwanda signed 30 Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) during the second session of the Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation (JPCC), covering sectors like security, trade, tourism, climate change, and education. Secretary for Foreign Affairs Abert Chimbindi emphasized progress in education, with over 150 Zimbabwean educators in Rwanda, and highlighted initiatives in trade, investment, and electrification programs. Rwandan Ambassador James Musoni stressed the importance of translating MoUs into tangible outcomes through collaboration and monitoring. Both officials underscored the necessity of commitment and regular accountability to ensure the agreements benefit both nations, with Musoni acknowledging the challenges but reaffirming the dedication to achieving real progress.