Chinese President Xi Jinping and Rwanda's President Paul Kagame address a news conference during his visit to Kigali, Rwanda July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Jean
BEIJING - 3 September 2018: Chinese-African Cooperation focuses on joint interests, win-win benefits and non-interference in the domestic affairs of countries, said Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
Addressing the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in the Chinese capital Beijing Monday, president Kigali said the forum would boost cooperation between the two sides in the fields of trade and investment during the coming phase.
The Rwandan president said that China contributed since the establishment of the forum to economic growth in Africa and that Beijing does not consider the continent a dangerous region.
He pointed out that China tops the countries that invest in the African continent.
He said that reforming the African Union would contribute to activating cooperation and investments between Africa and China.
The Rwanda president said the four visits paid by the Chinese president to Africa in the past years affirms the strength of relations between the two sides and the genuine friendship between China and the continent.