President William Ruto will Thursday hold bilateral talks with his Eritrean counterpart, President Isaias Afwerki who jetted in the country Wednesday.
President Afwerki is in the country for a two-day official visit.
“The official visit presents an opportunity for the two countries to reinvigorate their bilateral relations and explore areas of mutual cooperation, including agriculture, trade and investment, air transport, energy and mining,” said State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed in a statement.
“Other key mutual interests are education, tourism, security and the blue economy.”
Kenya and Eritrea enjoy cordial relations premised on a common desire for peaceful co-existence and national development for the mutual benefit of the two countries.