President William Ruto met with US Senator Chris Coons, at State House in Nairobi on Friday morning.
Head of State announced the meeting and stated that its goal was to improve ties between Kenya and the US.
“Kenya is keen on enhancing its relations with the United States to expand trade and investment opportunities for citizens of both nations. This mutually beneficial partnership will extend to climate change mitigation efforts and environmental conservation,” said Ruto.
The President also pointed out that Senator Coons recognised Kenya “as one of the most vibrant democracies in the world.”
“At State House, Nairobi, held talks with US Senator Chris Coons who appreciated Kenya as one of the most vibrant democracies in the world. Also discussed global security issues, climate change and the progressive path of devolution in Kenya,” said Ruto.
Also present at the meeting was Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Dr. Alfred Mutua and US Ambassador to Kenya Meg Whitman.