President Edgar Lungu has held closed door talks with his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame.
President Lungu is in Rwanda for two days and is expected to attend a board meeting of the sustainable Development goals for Africa at Kigali Convention Centre today.
The Head of State will also be part of the Presidential panel alongside Mr Kagame and the Liberian Vice President Dr. Jewel Taylor and African Union Comission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat.
The Sustainable Development Goals in Africa is an international organisation that supports governments, civil society, businesses and academic institutions to accelerate progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa.
The Ministry of National Development Planning is the Focal point Ministry to coordinate the establishment of the SDGC Sub-regional office in Lusaka that will cater for the SADC region.
President Lungu is expected to return home today after the meeting.