Kenya and India Sign Memorandums of Understanding in Five Areas to Strengthen Bilateral Ties.

Kenya and India have signed five Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) aimed at strengthening bilateral relations.

President William Ruto and India's Droupadi Murmu both stated that the MoUs aim to strengthen cooperation for the benefit of both Kenyans and Indians.
Kenya is looking to collaborate with India in areas such as ICT, where it hopes to benefit from India's technological capacity.
“Kenya and India will expand partnership in technology along other sectors. We will benefit tremendously from India’s capacity and experience as a global leader in technology,” stated Ruto.
The two heads of state also agreed to create a partnership between the Open University of Kenya and Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to diversify Kenya's ICT programmes and improve its technological infrastructure.
Other topics Trade, investment, education, digital economy, healthcare, research and agriculture are among the MoUs signed by Kenya and India.
According to the president, India's investment in Kenya will help the country's socioeconomic growth.

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