It has been established that the Commander in Chief of the Kenya armed forces, His Excellency President Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta made a crucial address during the 76th Session of the General Assembly on Wednesday, September 22nd that was reportedly held out of the country (New York).
As per the reports that have emerged from State House Kenya today morning, President Uhuru made a virtual representation where he addressed various key issues affecting not only Kenya, but also other parts of the world.
President Uhuru stated that with the current pressure from the pandemic of Covid 19, equitable vaccine access globally should be taken into consideration so as to deliver all the affected nations from the disease.
Tangible support particularly issuance of finances should also be offered to all the developing countries with Kenyan inclusive to develop strategies to maintain the climate as far as the green manufacturing is concerned.
Also, the Head of State spoke about the need to promote bilateral relations by aligning conflict resolution tools between different countries to alleviate regional disparities. According to him, that will be great input in terms of enhancing peace stability and security.
In addition, President Kenyatta found it important to address the aspect of promoting mutual trust between citizens, leaders and institutions of different countries across the world. He argued that when the regional trusts are strengthened and managed properly, the competence in leadership of the States will be enhanced too.
Source: (State House Kenya)
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