President Kenyatta is the chief guest at the 2nd Edition of the 'Growing Blue' International Blue Economy Conference which is being held at the coastal town of Vilankulo, Mozambique.
The conference aims at developing solutions that unlock Africa's Blue Economy potential while at the same time protecting the health and sustainability of oceans.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his host President Fillipe Nyusi of the Republic of Mozambique tour an exhibition at the 'Growing Blue' International Blue Economy Conference at Inhambane Province, Mozambique.
The two Heads of State have emphasised their commitment to work with other African countries in expanding investments in the continent's Blue Economy.
On the sidelines of the ongoing 2nd “Growing Blue” International Blue Economy Conference in Vilankulo, Mozambique, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta and his host His Excellency President Fillipe Nyusi of the Republic of Mozambique witnessed the signing of an MOU on General Cooperation aimed at strengthening ties between Kenya and Mozambique.
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