The two friends will meet again in less than a month in coming COP22 meeting slated to take place in Marrakech from November 7 to 8 in Bab-Ighli city.
President Paul Kagame is once again invited by Moroccan King Mohammed VI who was in Rwanda on a four day courtesy visit from October 18 to 23rd where he laid wreath on the cemetery of the 1994 Genocide victims at the Gisozi memorial in Kigali city.
The invitation by the Moroccan is seen a gesture reaffirming the revived bilateral relations between the two countries.
During the Marrekech COP 22nd meeting the Kigali-Amendment of the Montreal Protocol 28 ratified in Kigali this month will be implemented as per the Paris Agreement to cut Hydrofloucarbons emissions so that half a degree of global warming is reduced in a century’s time.
The meeting will attract up to 195 countries party to the UNFCCC in Bab-Ighli where the representatives of the respective governments will set strategies and synergies that can maintain global temperature below 2°C or try to keep down at 1.5°C.
The governments are expected to also fundraise up to $100 billion to help implement that Paris Agreement which comprises the Kigali Amendment to end the HFCs come 2030.