MPs Back Kagame's Call to Move Quickly on Trade Pact

The chairperson of the African Union, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, has challenged the continental assembly to fast-track the process of free trade and the movement of persons in the continent under the African Continental Free Trade Agreement. The AfCFTA is a trade agreement with the goal of creating a single market across the continent.

MPs follow proceedings during a session of the Fifth Pan-African Parliament at Kigali Convention Centre.

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