Today President Kenyatta attended a crucial Global Meeting convened by France's President Emmanuel Macron. Top Leaders In the Continent also were part of the Virtual Meeting including Chairperson of African Union President Felix Tshisekedi
The Head of state urged African And world leaders To support The Private sector in order to foster Cooperation That Will allow for Economic Recovery From Global Pandemic Coronavirus.
"Innovative financing solutions that crowd in the private sector. These would include the issuance of private sector-backed financial instruments such as green bonds, supporting the issuance of local currency instruments, structuring guarantees to lower financing costs; and, developing and deepening public-private partnership opportunities," the President proposed.
He called upon implementation of Transformational Financing options. Kenya will continue to open it's Economy for potential investors.
Uhuru urged leaders to upscale on distribution of vaccines to Africa in order to increase immunization And opening doors for unlocking the country.
This was his first meeting after arriving From Djibouti where He attending the Inaguratuon of President Guelleh
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