President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in New York for a two-day working visit of the US during which he is scheduled to chair a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) high-level open debate on diversity, state building and peace.
Having assumed her position as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council on 1st of January this year for a two-year period, Kenya currently holds the monthly rotational presidency of the Council for October 2021.
Close by his commitment at the UNSC, the Head of State is planned to hold respective discussions with the UN Secretary General Antonio Guteress and witness the consenting to of an exchange arrangement between Kenya's private area and a consortium of American organizations during his two-day visit.
In the gathering with Mr Guteress, the President and the UN supervisor are relied upon to examine a few subjects of common interest to Kenya and the UN among them the worldwide reaction to Covid-19.
"Kenya has been quite certain on the means it anticipates that the United Nations should take especially concerning the Covid-19 pandemic immunization, harmony and security and how the world ought to get to COP26 in a month's time. How the world reacts to environmental change is vital to Kenya's future flourishing," Amb Kimani said.
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