This is after a Kenyan military delegation visited an exhibition by Egypt's Arab Organization for Industrialisation (AOI) on Monday, September 27. As per international news outlets, the two countries talked about AOI's part in upgrading technology, manufacturing and training in Kenya.
Further, they discussed about issues of opening a market for Egyptian products in Kenya.
Gen Tawhid Tawfik, the assistant to the head of AOI, insisted the association's obligation to addressing Kenya's needs with regard to development projects just as defense industries.
He noticed that AOI would put the entirety of its human expertise and technological capacities to help Kenya's defense sector. Tawfik added that a joint committee would be formed to study the available resources and distinguish how the two nations would cooperate in the fields of manufacturing.
The Kenyan military delegation applauded the automated management systems, training on programmed machines and utilization of advanced electronic equipment by the organization.
Kenya has been in collaboration with different countries in a bid to boost its defense capacity.
As of late, US Ambassador to Kenya, Eric Kneedler, declared that 12 unmanned aerial systems were delivered to the Border Police Unit to enhance border security and Kenyans' safety.
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