He also affirmed that Kenya’s strong presence in Geneva since the year 1995 has ensured that the country remains strategically engaged in multilateralism and makes significant contributions towards a better world. According to him, he has always worked hard towards making Kenya a preffered destination for multilateral engagements and the move has boosted Kenya's visibility on the global map.
He spoke while giving his official speech on Saturday afternoon, when he commissioned a new premise for Kenya’s Chancery, at the Permanent Mission in Geneva.
Today, President Uhuru toured the World Health complex in Geneva. This is the seventy fifth World health assembly and the first In person since the onset of COVID-19 in 2020.
It's being held under the theme of Health for peace and Peace for Health.
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