His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta continue to work with other nations in ensuring that he leaves a good legacy that his successor will follow. In connection to that, President Uhuru yesterday witnessed the signing of three key bilateral agreements for cooperation in aviation, environmental conservation, trade and investment with Bridgetown, Barbados.
According to state House Kenya, President Uhuru together with prime minister Mia Amor Mottley witnessed the signing the signing of 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.
Foreign affairs cabinet Secretary Raychelle Omamo signed the three agreements on behalf of Kenya while Lissa Cummins for tourism and international transport, Dr Adrian Forde for environment and National Beautification and Dr Jerome Walcott for Foreign Affairs and Foreign trade represented Barbados.
The above move is meant to boost the economy of this two great nations.
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