His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday witnessed the signing of a Joint Declaration on the Kenya-European Union (EU) Strategic Dialogue by Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo and visiting EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell Fontelles.
The Declaration signed at State House, Nairobi will guide Kenya-EU bilateral negotiations in three thematic areas namely peace, security and stability; sustainability including implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and economy, trade and development.
The Joint Declaration is an outcome of the EU-Kenya Strategic Dialogue process unveiled by President Kenyatta and his European Council counterpart Charles Michel in June last year, and is a step forward in the strengthening ties between Nairobi and Brussels.
Building local and international partnership for posterity of our great nation.
@moody:Through multilateral and bilateral relations we will be able to boost economic growth in the country. Kudos Mr President.
@jane:Kenya is related so well with many countries due to your good leadership. Keep it up. We are happy.
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