On March 9, Uhuru announced at State House Nairobi that Nairobi had signed seven Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with Harare, which would strengthen the two nations' diplomatic ties.Mugabe Successor - Kenyans.co.ke"/>
President Kenyatta stated that the accords would be critical in assisting both countries in addressing similar concerns such as youth employment and women empowerment.
"The Memorandums of Understanding that have been signed will go a long way toward deepening our diplomatic, economic, and people-to-people cooperation and enable us to work together to address crucial challenges, such as youth employment and women empowerment," the head of state said.Zimbabwe: Mugabe and Mnangagwa As Birds of A Feather, By Kayode Ajulo - Premium Times Opinion"/>
Kenya and Zimbabwe signed a memorandum of understanding on collaboration in the promotion of women's empowerment and community development, adding that it would help Kenya achieve gender equality and boost women up in society.
Political and diplomatic consultations, tourism and wildlife protection, collaboration in civil aircraft accidents and serious occurrences investigations, youth affairs, cooperative promotion, and sports and recreation cooperation were also agreed upon by the two countries.
Uhuru indicated that he has put together a team to oversee the implementation of the signed Memorandums of Understanding.
Mnangagwa, for his part, echoed Kenyatta, stating that the two countries had had solid bilateral relations since the former gained independence. He praised the agreements, saying they will enable individuals in their own countries to live better lives.
"My visit to Kenya aims to strengthen our ties by concentrating our cooperation in order to boost bilateral trade." Investment, research, technology, and defense and security issues are all on the table.
"Our economies will be transformed for greater standards of living for our people through the implementation of our MoUs, which have been stated by my brother (Uhuru)," Mnangagwa said.
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