Central African Republic Faustin-Archange Touadéra now resided in Kigali, where he met his Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame. According to various sources, the security aspect was at the heart of the meeting. We are already speculating on consideration!
While the Central African leader was in Rwanda, one of the Rwandan president’s close aides, General James Kabarebe, stayed in the Central African capital of Bangui to meet Rwandan troops stationed in the country. On a purely technical level, experts believe that the Rwandan military has all the qualities, professionalism and experience to bring its know-how in defense and security to the Central African Republic. After all, if foreign forces, especially Wagner, ignore all or almost nothing of African realities, why should Rwanda not protect this Central African country with its immense mineral, forest, water, agricultural resources?
According to RFI, General James Kabarebe is one of the historical confidants of the Rwandan president who served from the period of rebellion before the 1994 genocide. So his three-day visit to Bangui was a signal. This coincides with the strength of Rwanda’s interest in the country, particularly with President Tutera’s express tour in Kigali.
Heads of both countries Agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation According to the Central African President.
On the Rwandan side, we are talking about “ Discussions on ongoing cooperation, including responding to security challenges in the CAR “. According to Rwanda’s Ministry of Defense, 2,100 soldiers under the blue helmets of MINUSCA are currently stationed in the Central African Republic, and 1,200 under a bilateral agreement to support and train FACA. An agreement, the details of which are unknown, has long fueled speculation on the opposition parties received by Rwanda.