Rwanda: France wants also portion of methane gas in Lake Kivu
Kigali: The French government is eager to take part in the exploitation of methane gas in Lake Kivu, its new Envoy in Kigali announced Thursday, as Kigali and Paris continue to restore their relations.
Already, there are American, Canadian and Israeli companies tapping from the gas to be turned into electricity.
Ambassador Laurent Contini also said the French parliament wants to start cooperation with Rwanda’s Parliament.
Mr. Contini was meeting Lower Chamber Speaker Mr. Rose Mukantabana. The diplomat delivered a request from French lawmakers to start work on a cooperation framework.
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