Investment, Trade and Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria who is currently in the United States Of America for an official visit, has today held the first in-person meeting with the US Trade Representative, Ambassador Katherine Tai and her deputy, Ambassador Sarah Bianchi ahead of the US-Africa Leaders Summit to be attended by African head of States including President Ruto.
Investment, Trade, and industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria whith US Trade Representative Catherine Tai. Photo/Courtesy.
According to CS Kuria they discussed on plans to begin expert engagements on issues they had discussed earlier during their meeting which was held virtually.
Among the issues discussed include; Expanding bilateral trade, inclusion of women and youth in trade, supporting micro, small and medium enterprises as well as advancing the African Continental Free Trade integration.
Kuria jetted to the United States Of America ahead of Ruto who jetted Yesterday in the evening after gracing the Jamhuri day celebrations at the Nyayo Stadium Nairobi county.
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