The government has signed a bilateral memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of diplomatic training with the Hellenic Republic.
Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle A. Omamo said the framework developed by the MoU signifies Kenya‘s commitment to cooperate in training diplomatic personnel and sharing information and publications.
“We agreed on the need to expedite the hosting of a Joint Committee of Ministers (JMC) between Kenya and the Hellenic Republic to finalize the pending agreements to anchor our cooperation on a firm framework,” she said.
The CS spoke after talks with HE Nikos Dendias, Foreign Minister of the Hellenic Republic.
The two reaffirmed their commitment to further developing and strengthening warm ties by completing negotiations on bilateral instruments in the fields of agriculture, tourism, sports, energy and maritime affairs.
Earlier, she presented a message of goodwill from President Uhuru Kenyatta to Her Excellency Katerina Sskelaropoulou, President of the Hellenic Republic.
“President Kenyatta has acknowledged and recognized the warm and cordial bilateral relations between Kenya and Greece, anchored on the basis of mutual respect and benefit,” it said.