The United Kingdom Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Sir Nick Carter completed his two-day visit to Kenya on Wednesday where he paid a courtesy call to the Chief of the Defence Forces (CDF) General Robert Kibochi at the Defence Headquarters, Nairobi.
On Tuesday, 6 April 2021, General Robert Kibochi received General Sir Nick Carter who inspected a Guard of Honor mounted by the 9th Battalion Kenya Riffles before the two engaged in bilateral talks regarding cooperation between militaries of the two nations. The CDF was accompanied by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Service Commanders.
Gen Sir Nick delivered a lecture on International Security Dynamics at the National Defence College, hosted by the Commandant, Lieutenant General Adan Mulata, Tuesday afternoon.
On Wednesday, General Carter concluded his tour by visiting the British Army Training Unit in Kenya – BATUK in Nanyuki where he was briefed on joint military training and exercises that the UK troops partake while in Kenya.
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