President Uhuru Kenyatta and U.K Prime Minister Boris Johnson have on Tuesday hold a phone conversation as revealed by State House.
The two leaders discussed a number of issues of mutual interest among them the upcoming Global education summit that the two countries will be part of.
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” President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday spoke with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on phone. In their conversation, the President and the Prime Minister discussed several matters of mutual interest, top among them the Global Education Summit which Kenya & the UK will co-host in July.” Said State House.
Both Kenya and the United Kingdom look forward towards raising 5 billion dollars required to take 175 million children back to school.
Other than education, the two discussed matters COVID-19, Climate change and peace and security.
“Through the Summit, Kenya and the UK aim to raise 5 billion USD, the amount needed to get 175 million children into school around the world.
Besides the Summit, President Kenyatta and PM Johnson talked about Kenya-UK collaboration in the fight against Covid-19, climate change and, regional security and peace.” Said State House
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