Kenya and Romania are keen on enhancing bilateral relations that will promote and boost trade and investment opportunities between the two nations according to President Dr. William Ruto.
Speaking during a joint press briefing with Romanian President Klaus Werner who is currently in Kenya for a state visit, Dr. Ruto stated that Kenya is exploring more areas that will generate direct foreign investment into the country.
“Our discussions focused on the strategies and interventions by which we can enhance trade and investment between our countries,” said Dr. William Ruto.
The two heads of states agreed to intensify their collaboration in all areas of shared interest, including as politics, socioeconomics, culture, and diplomacy.
Four Memorandums of Understanding intended to improve bilateral ties between the two nations were signed in front of the two leaders.
They were Environmental Protection and Climate Change, Cooperation on Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety, Agricultural Research and Cooperation and Diplomatic Institute and the Foreign Service Academy of Kenya.
Romania’s President Klaus Lohannis described Kenya as a stable democracy that is ideal for investment in Africa and termed the nation as a getaway to the rest of Africa.