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India will assent $100 million for Kenya

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Source: Indian Express

India announced $ 100 million Line of Credit for Kenya’s agricultural mechanisation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta during a meeting agreed to extend economic cooperation and trade.
PM Modi said in a joint press conference,

“Long-term arrangement with Kenya for production and import of pulses is being explored and discussed. We would also be happy to share best practices in organic farming with Kenyan farmers.”

Modi cleared that cooperation in agriculture to secure food supplies is the priority of the agreement. He added that the two sides were collaborating to uplift the agricultural productivity in Kenya. Modi said that both the countries will encourage industry and businesses and they shall explore opportunities in healthcare, tourism, information technology, agriculture, blue economy and energy.

Source: Economic times

“We are focused on quick operationalisation of our defence cooperation. Some of the specific areas of priority would be hydrography, communication networks, anti-piracy, capacity building, exchanges and defence medical cooperation,’’

said Modi.

“We are also partnering to strengthen our security cooperation and capacities. In this context, we have directed the Joint Working Group to meet early. It would focus on cyber security, counter terrorism, combating drugs, narcotics, human trafficking and money laundering.’’