President Uhuru Kenyatta today held talks with the visiting British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond who paid him a courtesy call.
During the talks at State House, Nairobi, President Kenyatta and Mr. Hammond discussed issues of mutual interest to the two countries.
President Kenyatta acknowledged the historical relations existing between Kenya and Britain that has enabled enhancement of trade and investment between the two countries.
The President was optimistic that the long shared tradition of co-operation between the two countries will continue to flourish for mutual benefit.
“We will continue to deepen and strengthen our relationship for the benefits of our people,” the President said.
On his part, Mr. Hammond lauded the Kenya Government for creating an enabling business environment in the country.
He also acknowledged the Jubilee Government’s transformative agenda aimed at improving the livelihood of Kenyans.