President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Thursday evening held a phone call with his US counterpart, Joe Biden, as revealed by State House.
The two leaders spoke on a number of issues among them the bilateral and multilateral relationship between Kenya and the U.S.
Also discussed was peace, climate change, the economy, strengthening Kenya-US bilateral ties, human trafficking, and the humanitarian situation in the Horn of Africa.
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President Joe Biden assured President Uhuru Kenyatta of support from his administration in addition to the importance of the Kenya-US bilateral ties.
Biden continued by assuring President Uhuru of continued support in dealing with peace and security in addition to the countries position at the United Nations Security Council.
President Kenyatta was praised by his US counterpart on the fight against terrorism, climate change, economic growth, and sustainable growth in the Horn of Africa.
According to President Uhuru, he believes that negotiation and conclusion of the Kenya-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will further strengthen the country’s economic ties between the two countries.