Kenya to expand trade ties with United Arab Emirates

Kenya will grow its trade with the United Arab Emirates, President William Ruto has said.

The two nations have agreed to fast-track trade agreements and set up a joint panel to explore investment partnerships in oil and gas, technology transfer, agriculture, healthcare as well as development of Special Economic Zones.

The President spoke after talks with Sheikh Shakhboot Al Nahyan, United Arab Emirates’s Federal Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, at State House Nairobi.

  

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