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Namwamba: Serbian government to sponsor 30 university students, donate COVID-19 vaccines

Corona virus has seen international community relations improve as many countries are now coordinating on how to best combat the spread of the deadly virus through sharing of the vaccines. The virus has wrecked havoc as many employees lost their jobs.

CAS Ababu Namwamba receiving the Serbian diplomats. Photo, courtesy Twitter.

Earlier today, Kenya's Foreign Affairs CAS Hon. Ababu Namwamba hosted the Serbian Ambassador who was en route to Zimbabwe. Among other things, the duo discussed the big four development agenda rolled out by President Uhuru Kenyatta years back.

He pointed out that the Serbian government will offer scholarships to thirty university students abroad. In addition, Serbia will donate extra vaccines in order to curb the spread of the corona virus.

The fight against can only be won through cooperation of all the countries for business to resume as usual. This was the clarion call from the Cabinet Administrative Secretary.

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