IN SUMMARY

  • President Ruto Held a phone conversation with US President
  • President Ruto says the relations between Kenya and United States are focused on the expansion of our shared prosperity
  • President Biden thanks Kenya for accepting to lead the Multinational Security Support (MSS) mission to Haiti

President William Ruto says the relations between Kenya and the United states are focused on the nations shared prosperity.

He has assured Kenyans that they are in the process of finalizing a strategic trade and Investment partnership agreement ,

‘’We are expediting the finalisation of a Strategic Trade and Investment Partnership (STIP) agreement, which will anchor increased trade, boost manufacturing, create jobs and spur investment between our nations.’’ Ruto Said

The president further says that  his administration is  particularly keen on partnerships in infrastructure, renewable energy, green manufacturing and empowering Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), a key engine in our economic growth.

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Regional security and fight against terrorism

The president has said that Kenya will  continue engaging  on regional security, conflict resolution and the fight against terrorism to ensure the Horn of Africa has the room to focus on social and economic advancement .

Also discussed During the phone conversation was shared democratic values and belief in the rule of law as a platform for expanding economic opportunities and prosperity

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Kenyan armed forces in Haiti

During the phone call ,  Biden thanked Kenya for accepting to lead the Multinational Security Support (MSS) mission to Haiti and expressed America’s support for the mission. He also congratulated Kenya for successfully hosting the African Climate Summit.

The U.N. Security Council voted Monday to send a multinational armed force led by Kenya to Haiti to help combat violent gangs, marking the first time in almost 20 years that a force would be deployed to the troubled Caribbean nation.

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