President Uhuru Kenyatta has underscored the importance of countries working together for the common good of humanity.
The President said that through international partnerships and global solidarity, nations are able to serve their citizens much better.
“We need to learn to co-exist and also have a unified purpose, as this will go a long way in changing the lives of our people,” the President said.
President Kenyatta spoke Wednesday at State House, Nairobi, where he received credentials from three new envoys recently posted to the country.
The envoys are Ambassador Pavel Vziatkin of Belarus and, High Commissioners Hassan Wasswa Galiwango and Mninwa Johanness Mahlangu of Uganda and South Africa, respectively.
Speaking as they presented their diplomatic papers to President Kenyatta, the envoys assured him of their commitment to continue strengthening bilateral ties between Kenya and their countries.
They pledged to work with the government and the people of Kenya towards the realisation of the country’s Big 4 development agenda through trade and support for productive sectors such as agriculture.
Galiwango congratulated President Kenyatta on his new role as the chairperson of the East African Community, saying that he looks forward to working with the Kenyan leader for a stronger and prosperous region.
Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo and Principal Secretary Macharia Kamau attended the ceremony.