India and Kenya sign seven agreements during PM’s visit

India and Kenya signed 7 agreements during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the country.

India and Kenya Monday signed a number of agreements covering defence, tourism, agriculture and trade, avoidance of double taxation and exemption of Visa for official passport holders. A Memorandum of Understanding was also signed in the field of space Technology partnership.

Making statement to the Press, Prime Minister Modi said, that the development priorities of India and Kenya are aligned with each other and Kenya can benefit from India’s expertise, experience and concessional line of credit. He said, India would provide concessional credit of 60 million dollars for power transmission project to Kenya.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

It will also provide line of credit in the field of agriculture and textile and development of small and medium enterprises.

Prime Minister assured that India is ready to join hands with Kenya for developing an efficient and affordable health care system so that it becomes an important regional hub for health services in East African region.

Prime Minister Modi also announced that India has donated an indigenous cancer treatment machine BHABATROM.

He presented a model of bhabhatrom to the Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta. India will also donate medicines for AIDS patients in Kenya.

Mr. Modi said, that India and Kenya are connected by India Ocean, and both the countries have agreed for closer cooperation in maritime security.

Prime Minister Modi handed over field ambulances to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Prime Minister Modi handed over field ambulances to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

An MOU on defence cooperation was also signed, allowing for the greater staff exchange, training, cooperation in hydrology and supply of equipment.

Mr. Modi said that India and Kenya both agreed that terrorism and spread of radical Ideology is a threat to the world. Both the countries have agreed to cooperate in the field of cyber security and controlling drug trafficking.

Prime Minister said that it is the business community of both the countries who will drive the commercial partnership between India and Kenya.

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