Kenya and Zambia sign agreements to strengthen bilateral relations

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Zambian counterpart Hakainde Hichilema on Wednesday signed six memorandums of understanding aimed at stepping up bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

The Kenyan presidency stated that the bilateral cooperation instruments were in the area of ​​veterinary and animal health; studies and research in international relations; promotion of cooperatives and a Memorandum of Understanding between the Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF) and the Tourism Council of Zambia (TCZ).

The two countries have also signed memorandums of understanding between Kenya Utalii College and the Zambia Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Studies and on cooperation in the field of information, communication and technology, according to a statement. published in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.

“The two leaders agreed that the signing of the cooperation instruments establishes an extensive framework for consolidating and deepening relations for the mutual benefit of the peoples of the two countries,” he said.

The Zambian leader began his two-day visit to Kenya on Wednesday and is expected to visit I-hub, an incubation center for entrepreneurs and innovators in Nairobi and the Maramba tea factory on Thursday.

Kenya and Zambia enjoy historic warm and cordial diplomatic relations that have existed since the two countries became independent. Both countries are members of several international organizations including the United Nations, the African Union, the Non-Aligned Movement, the Commonwealth and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa. Final article

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