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Suluhu and Uhuru agree to do business

Samia Suluhu and Uhuru Kenyatta. PHOTO KENYA STATE HOUSE MEDIA

A joint team of experts will be set up to address the disjointed enforcement of cross-border Covid-19 containment protocols

Nairobi, Kenya | THE INDEPENDENT | Kenya and Tanzania have agreed to eliminate barriers hindering the smooth flow of trade and people between the two East African nations.

The decision was arrived at Tuesday at State House, Nairobi during bilateral talks led by President Uhuru Kenyatta and visiting Tanzania Head of State Samia Suluhu Hassan.

The two Presidents witnessed the signing of MOU’s on natural gas transportation, animal health and sanitary measures, culture, the arts, social integration and national heritage, shortly after the bilateral talks.

A joint team of experts will also be set up to address the disjointed enforcement of cross-border Covid-19 containment protocols, one of the most pronounced non-tariff trade barrier between the two nations.

Suluhu is in Kenya for a two-day state visit during which she is scheduled to address a joint sitting of the country’s Bicameral Parliament on Wednesday.

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