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IMF Gives Rwanda $16 million debt Relief

IMF Gives Rwanda $16 million debt Relief

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Rwanda is set to benefit from a $16.9 million debt service relief from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for an initial period of six months, the Fund has said. This is the second debt service relief to Rwanda by IMF. It is part of the Fund’s efforts to pause collection of debts from a number of countries to help them deal with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.  By not servicing its debt obligation for several months, Rwanda will have more capital available to invest in affected sectors of the economy as well as improve capacity to respond to the pandemic. The $16.9 million would have been paid in servicing debt owed to the IMF for six months from October 14, 2020 to April 13, 2021. Subject to the availability of resources, debt service relief could ...
Rwanda To Resume Commercial Flights Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

Rwanda To Resume Commercial Flights Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

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By Elite News Reporter The government of Rwanda has announced a lift of the ban on commercial flights following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown that was announced by President Paul Kagame in March this year. The Ministry of Infrastructure (Mininfra) on Saturday, July 4 announced that Rwanda will reopen airport operations for scheduled commercial flights on August 1, 2020. The move follows months of restricted passenger flights since May 18, as a means to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a statement from Mininfra, several measures shall be adhered to in order to safeguard the health of passengers, crew and staff. "Rwanda's airports will reopen for scheduled commercial flight operations on August 1, 2020. To ensure the safety and health of passengers, crews and...
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