Kenya and Barbados on Wednesday evening signed three key bilateral agreements for cooperation in aviation, environmental conservation, trade and investment.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley witnessed the signing of an air services agreement, an MoU on the development of the national botanical garden of Barbados, and another one on the establishment of a Joint Committee on Trade and Investment, in Bridgetown, Barbados.
International concerns Cabinet Secretary Raychelle Omamo consented to the three arrangements for the benefit of Kenya while Ministers Lisa Cummins (Tourism and International Transport), Dr Adrian Forde (Environment and National Beautification) and Dr Jerome Walcott (Foreign Affairs And Foreign Trade) addressed Barbados.
Talking at a significant level gathering that went before a business discussion between Kenyan business local area delegates and their Barbadian partners on the second day of his authority visit to the Caribbean island country, President Kenyatta communicated good faith that the arrangements will fortify respective ties between the two countries.
The President brought up that Kenya and Barbados have consistently been cooperating to upgrade collaboration among Africa and the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM), referring to the principal Africa-CARICOM Summit held essentially on 7 September 2021 as a feature of those endeavours.
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