Wednesday July 10, 2019-Deputy President William Ruto on Tuesday held a meeting with the Turkish ambassador to Kenya Ahmet Cemil Miroglu at his Karen office.
Ruto revealed that they discussed a wide range of issues during the meeting.
He highlighted trade ties, technological improvements, and agriculture as some of the aspects they addressed.
He noted that both Kenya and Turkey should continue to share cordial ties.
“Kenya and Turkey are deepening bilateral relations and bolstering trade ties on the back of increased and targeted focus in the areas of agriculture, dairy farming, technology, and infrastructure,” Ruto stated.
The DP further said that food security, manufacturing and value addition are among the key targets of the government as it seeks to achieve the Big Four agenda.
Ruto’s remarks come at a time when President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated his stand on relations with other nations.
Last week, Uhuru travelled to Tanzania to meet President John Pombe Magufuli where he denounced Starehe MP’s Charles Njagua alias Jaguar’s xenophobic remarks.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
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