Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has attended a virtual meeting attended by some of the powerful world leaders among them the United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken .
Others who were present during the Monday meeting is the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Pham Minch Chinh of Vietnam.
According to details, president of the has advocates for the strengthening of international legal regime in order to solve the issue of maritime insecurity across the world.
The meeting was chaired by the Indian Prime Minister Modi who commended Kenya for the role that they have been playing in the growth of the blue economy.
The meeting was part of the virtual United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and was aimed at debating on maritime security across the world.
The Head of State is currently residing at his Private home which is in Nyali in the Kenyan coast where he has been since arriving from the United Kingdom.
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