• The high-level meeting brought together Kenyan and Portuguese captains of industry and entrepreneurs.
• Uhuru is on a two-day State Visit to the southern European country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Portuguese counterpart Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa on Wednesday presided over the official opening of the Kenya-Portugal Business Forum in Lisbon.
The high-level meeting brought together Kenyan and Portuguese captains of industry and entrepreneurs.
The aim was to help the entrepreneurs to explore opportunities for business partnership and investment in Kenya and the southern European nation.
The Kenyan business community was led by KEPSA CEO Carole Kariuki at the business forum.
Principal Secretaries Johnson Weru (Trade), Nancy Karigithu (Shipping) and Chris Kiptoo (Environment) also addressed the forum.
Other Kenyan speakers at the meeting held at the historic Antigo Museu dos Coches (Lisbon's coach museum) were KEPROBA CEO Wilfred Marube and his counterparts Olivia Rachier (KenInvest) and James Kung'u (KenHA).
Uhuru is on a two-day State Visit to the southern European country.