National Assembly House Leadership Hosts US Ambassador to Strengthen Diplomatic and Trade Ties


The esteemed house leadership of the National Assembly, led by Majority Leader Hon. Kimani Ichungwa, had the privilege of welcoming the Ambassador of the United States for pivotal discussions.

Accompanied by Hon. Dr. Rachael Nyamai, the assembly extended a warm reception to the distinguished guest, highlighting the longstanding diplomatic and trade relations between Kenya and the US, spanning over six decades.

During the meeting, slated ahead of an upcoming state visit in May, where US President Joe Biden will host H.E. President William Samoei Ruto, the discussions with US Ambassador to Kenya, Meg Whitman, emphasized the pivotal role of this impending visit in bolstering diplomatic ties and advancing trade relations.

Critical areas of discourse included enhancing existing trade partnerships, fostering diplomatic cooperation, promoting regional peace and security in the Horn of Africa, and revitalizing the congressional exchange program with the Kenyan Parliament.

Furthermore, the dialogue explored collaborative opportunities and investments in technological advancements, acknowledging their transformative potential for both nations.These deliberations underscore our shared dedication to advancing mutual interests and prosperity.

With eager anticipation for President Ruto’s forthcoming visit, we are confident that it will herald a significant milestone in our enduring partnership, further cementing the bond between our nations for the betterment of our citizens.//

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