UK Assures Kenya of Strong Business Ties
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told the press during a joint briefing with his Kenyan counterpart Monica Juma that the United Kingdom is committed to favourable trading relations with Kenya even after Britain leaves the European Union. The EU and UK have agreed on a delayed Brexit, Britain postponing its scheduled departure from the union twice - on March 29 and April 12.
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Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma (right) and Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom Jeremy Hunt address a joint press conference in Nairobi on May 3, 2019.
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