|South Korea & Rwanda have strengthened ties|
The article continues: "In the 1950s, after the end of the Korean War, South Korea had a weaker economy than many newly independent sub-Saharan African countries. Now, it is one of the world's 15 biggest economies and has an estimated GDP per capita of $23,000. However as the Korean government pursues its development agenda in Africa; the Asian country has a strong bilateral relations with Rwanda. The economic relationship between Rwanda and Korea is mostly in the areas of ICT, infrastructure, education and agriculture among others. 'Rwanda is one of our priority countries in Africa that we will promote capacity building in various sectors and increase business and cultural exchanges,' said Hwang Soon-Taik, Korean Ambassador to Rwanda."