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The Ministry of trade and infrastructures in partnership with its stakeholders including World Trade Organization, among others, has launched a National Trade Facilitation Committee that is meant to boost cross border trade between Rwanda and its neighboring countries particularly and the with far situated nations at large.

Participants in today's meeting held in Kigali
Participants in today’s meeting held in Kigali

Minister Kanimba Francis told participants in the today’s meeting convened for the launch of this new program that Rwanda will significantly benefit from this endeavor as a landlocked countries that trades with its neighbors via mainly terrestrial roads.

The Bali Package on trade signed in 2013 stressed that every signatory country should establish a National Trade Facilitation Committee aimed at assessing how trade is being conducted and resolve emerging barriers.

The Word Trade Organization representative Céline Bacrot commended the efforts that Rwandan government has provided in facilitating its trade such as innovating roads infrastructures and in easing business registration process.

She told media that the WTO will keep backing Rwanda in its path towards sustainable development.

Different organs will be active in implementing the policies embedded  in this agreement.

These include the security, trade and related ones are bound to the implement this new engagement and make sure it it is fully successful.

Perminent Secretary in Ministry if Trade Emmanuel Hategeka addressing the gathering
Perminent Secretary in Ministry if Trade Emmanuel Hategeka addressing the gathering
Minister Kanimba affirms that Rwanda will significantly benefit from this NTFC
Minister Kanimba affirms that Rwanda will significantly benefit from this NTFC

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