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Kenyatta said his Government is keen on strengthening relations with other developing countries, saying since the developing countries experience similar challenges they can share best practices in addressing those challenges.
The President also stressed the need for unity among Africa and other developing countries, saying it will give them a greater voice at the international arena.
The Head of State thanked Dr. Kamil for boosting bilateral relations between Kenya and Iraq during his tour of duty in the country and wished the outgoing envoy success in his new assignment.
The Iraqi ambassador said his country has a lot of experience in oil engineering and since oil has been discovered in Kenya, the signing of an education agreement will provide a suitable framework for Kenyans to tap into the Iraqi expertise in oil exploitation.
Present were Attorney General Prof. Githu Muigai, the Head of Public Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Mr. Francis Kimemia and Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Thuita Mwangi.