• The deals are aimed at deepening economic and social ties between the two countries.
• They include an agreement to establish a Joint Commission for Cooperation (JCC).
Kenya and Guinea-Bissau on Friday signed three agreements to deepen economic and social ties between the two countries.
The bilateral pacts, which included an agreement to establish a Joint Commission for Cooperation (JCC), were signed after Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta and Umaro Sissoco Embaló of Guinea-Bissau led their delegations in bilateral talks at State House, Nairobi.
Guinea-Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embaló arrived in Kenya on Friday and was received by Uhuru.
Embaló is in Kenya on a three-day State Visit.
He was treated to an elaborate State reception which included a 21-gun salute and a colourful Guard of Honour mounted by Kenya Air Force.
This is President Embaló's second visit having been in the country two and a half years ago.