Kenya's capital, Nairobi Five Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) have been signed by Kenya and India with the intention of strengthening their bilateral relations.

The two nations will work together in the fields of health, energy, ICT, small and medium-sized businesses, and avocado marketing.

President William Ruto, who is now in India for bilateral talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, disclosed that India will open its markets for Kenyan exports in the deal in a message made on his official X app account.
Five memorandums of understanding intended to improve our bilateral relations were signed in front of me. The chief of state wrote, "I applaud India's move to allow avocados from Kenya to enter its market as well as the ongoing support in the energy, health, and ICT sectors as well as Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises."
William Ruto expressed confidence in the agreements Kenya has recently signed with India, saying the nation will gain a great lot from India's ability and expertise as a pioneer in technology worldwide.
The discussions between the two heads of state also included topics that will set the stage for cooperation between the two nations in bringing about changes to the global financial system so that the Global South can get the resources it needs to grow and improve the lives of people at a reasonable and fair price.

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