President Uhuru Kenyatta Tuesday bid farewell to two envoys whose tour of duty in Kenya has come to an end.
The two envoys were David Angell of Canada and Bibiana Jones of Argentina.
President Kenyatta commended the envoys for their excellent performance that has seen relations between Kenya and their countries grow.
Bidding farewell to the Canadian High Commissioner, President Kenyatta said Kenya and Canada will continue cooperating in many sectors including mining, education and technology.
President Kenyatta thanked Kenya for working closely with Kenya at the international level on peace and security issues.
The Head of State said the world should not forget about the security issues that have troubled the Eastern Africa region for decades.
“We hope to continue partnering with Canada especially at the UN on peace and security issues,” said President Kenyatta.
The envoy said Canada appreciates the role Kenya has played in fostering peace and security in the region.
While bidding farewell to Ms Jones, President Kenyatta wishes to cooperate with Argentina in the areas of agriculture and livestock production.
The President said Kenya and Argentina, which both have a lot of potential in livestock production, will become partners rather than competitors in the sector.
On her part, Ms Jones invited Kenyans to explore the possibility of importing agricultural machinery from Argentina.