A two-day visit to Rwanda by the director of the International Monetary Fund is intended to “help developing resilience on climate.”
Kristalina Georgieva is expected to attend a roundtable discussion on climate change financing with East African finance ministers and governors of central banks, the East African newspaper reports.
She announced on Twitter that she was looking forward to “hearing local and regional perspectives on how the IMF can be even more helpful – especially in boosting climate resilience”.
Just arrived in Rwanda🇷🇼 the land of a thousand hills! Over the next 2 days, I’m looking forward to hearing local & regional perspectives on how the IMF can be even more helpful—esp. in boosting climate resilience. [1/2] pic.twitter.com/3UmOja0auo— Kristalina Georgieva (@KGeorgieva) January 24, 2023