Modi and Kenyatta sign Agricultural bilateral agreements

India and Kenya have inked two agreements in the field of agriculture during Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s visit to New Delhi.The agreements were signed after wide-ranging bilateral talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi said the two nations were collaborating to raise agricultural productivity in Kenya. Modi noted that Kenyatta and his delegation’s participation in the global investors’ summit, Vibrant Gujarat, would encourage industry and businesses in both nations. Both nations expect to exploit opportunities in healthcare, tourism, information technology, agriculture, blue economy and energy.

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