• Áder arrived in Kenya on Sunday for a four-day State visit.
• Kenya and Hungary enjoy warm and strong bilateral ties dating back to 1964 when Hungary established an Embassy in Nairobi.
The President of the Republic of Hungary, H.E. Janos Ader has been received by President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta on Monday at State House, Nairobi.
The Hungarian leader was accorded an elaborate State Reception that included a Guard of Honour mounted by a detachment of the Kenya Air Force and a 21-Gun Salute.
Ader arrived in the country on Sunday for a four-day State Visit.
The Director-General of United Nations Zainab Hawa earlier on received Ader at the United Nations office, Nairobi.
On arrival, Ader was introduced to representatives of Senior heads at UN-Habitat and UNEP.
He also signed the visitors’ book and had a brief view of the complex.
Ader also planted a tree at the UN office.
Kenya and Hungary enjoy warm and strong bilateral ties dating back to 1964 when Hungary established an Embassy in Nairobi.
President Áder will also visit Ghana where he will view a sewage treatment plant in Kumasi, which employs Hungarian technology.
He is the first Hungarian president to visit Ghana since 1989.