Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has received credentials from twelve incoming envoys at State House, stomach http://currencyaffairs.org/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php Nairobi with some pledging to strengthen ties with the host country with the view of promoting regional trade and security.
The envoys were the new Greece Ambassador to Kenya, symptoms http://crosscon.ca/wp-includes/session.php Konstantinos Moatsos, dosage http://deal2deal.co.in/components/com_jshopping/templates/zt_joomshopping/cart/cart.php Ambassador Hadi Farajvand of Iran and United Kingdom High Commissioner Nicholas James Hailey.
Others were Ahmat Awad Sakine of Chad resident in Addis Ababa, Fafre Camara of Mali also resident in Addis Ababa, Korea’s Myong Kyong Chol resident in Kampala, Sychelles High Commissioner Joseph Nouriice resident in Addis Ababa, Osman Keh-Kamara of Sierra Leone, Nenad Prelog of Croatia resident in Addis Ababa, Nasri Abujaish of Palestine and resident in Addis Ababa, Miss Cherry Kay Spencer of Jamaica resident in Pretoria and Bruce Rata Shepherd of New Zealand resident in Addis Ababa.
Addressing the ambassadors, President Kenyatta affirmed his Government’s commitment to working closely with them to enhance cooperation between Kenya and their respective countries.
The President said Kenya welcomed the exchange of ideas and experiences with friendly countries that would contribute to improving the lives of Kenyans.
“I am looking forward to working closely with you in not only improving relations between our countries but also for the benefit of the people of our countries,” said President Kenyatta.
Presenting his credentials, UK’s James Hailey assured that Great Britain would continue to support Kenya’s development agenda in all areas including job creation, security, promoting integrity and in harnessing the potential of new industries, infrastructure and technologies.
Mr Hailey also said Great Britain remained committed to supporting East African integration, sustainable peace in Somalia, South Sudan and the Great Lakes as well as tackling global challenges of the 21st century.
“We face the challenges of climate change and the spread of violent extremism as closed partners and as members of the Commonwealth and the International Community of nations,” the new envoy said.
New Greece Ambassador stressed the need to activate the protocol of political consultations and finalization of contractual framework in the areas of economic and tax cooperation, investment protection, agriculture and tourism.
Mr. Moatsos said the Kenyan strategy for economic development “Vision 2030” represents an opportunity for Greek companies especially in the area of construction.
Iran Ambassador said his country has many areas of interest to Kenya, particularly in medical, Agriculture, science and research, building constructions, food processing and education.
Jamaican High Commissioner, on her part, said Kenya’s contribution towards political stability in East Africa and its humanitarian efforts in Somalia and South Sudan are plausible.
Spencer said she will strive to establish a framework agreement to strengthen the cooperation between Kenya and her country in areas of sport, people-to-people contacts, trade and investment.
New Zealand High Commissioner said the long standing relationship between the two countries is shaped by the Commonwealth Bonds and assured of support in combating the scourge of violent extremism among other global security challenges.
Keh-Kamara OF Sierra Leone thanked the Kenya Government for the immense support during the Ebola outbreak. The country has since been declared Ebola-free by World Health Organisation (WHO).
Present were Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed and Principal Secretary, Eng. Karanja Kibicho among others.
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