The delegation, led by Sen. James Inhofe from Oklahama State, is in the country for a three-day visit.
Speaking to reporters shortly after meeting with the President, Sen. James Inhofe said that they held discussions with President Kagame on different issues but particularly the progress the country has made as well as Rwanda's continued role in peacekeeping missions in the region.
"We have been to the countryside and the transformation of this country is incredible. You can't see it in other countries. We commend Rwanda's role in peace building and peace creation in the region; in South Sudan, and especially in the Central African Republic. I speak on behalf many fellow Senators; the USA doesn't have a better friend than Kagame," he said.
Sen. Inhofe added that he personally organized the visit mainly to introduce his fellow US representatives to Rwanda.
During the visit, the delegation met and held talks with ministers of Defence and Trade, as well as officials from the office of Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs.
Sen. Inhofe specified that his delegation appreciated a briefing given by the Minister of Defence on peace and security in the Great Lakes region in general and particularly in Central African Republic.
Among other things, the delegation also held talks with Minister of Trade on the prospects to increase trade between Rwanda and United States.
The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mary Baine said that among the key trade prospects to be facilitated will be promoting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the country.
Rwanda is an eligible member of Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) - a programme designed to assist the economies of Sub-Saharan Africa and improve economic relations between the United States and the region.