Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary took charge and opened the Mid Term Review of the Kenya-South Africa JCC in Nairobi as powerful president is expected to visit the country later this week.
Speaking on the matter, Ambassador Kamau said Kenya and South Africa have developed private sectors that can be utilized as commercial footprints.
The information shared reveals that the Kenya's delegation included officials from the ministries of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Public Service, Tourism,Youth Agriculture, Defence , Lands, Transport and interior.
On the the other hand the South Africa's delegation was led by Ambassador N.N Ntshinga, Deputy Director General in the department of International Relations and Cooperation of the Republic of South Africa.
Photo Courtesy; South Africa's President Ceryl Ramaphosa in a past event.
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