• They expressed confidence that their collaboration will enable the two nations to secure maritime dominance.
President Uhuru Kenyatta attended a state banquet hosted in his honour by President Wavel Ramkalawan of Seychelles on Monday.
Uhuru and his host reaffirmed the commitment of the two countries to consolidate the ongoing efforts to secure the Indian Ocean waters.
This initiative is facilitated by the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia.
They expressed confidence that their collaboration will enable the two nations to secure maritime dominance.
Earlier, Uhuru visited the Seychelles National Botanical Gardens in the country's capital Victoria.
During the visit, the Kenyan Head of State, who is on a 3-day state visit to the Indian Ocean Island nation, planted a coco-de-mer seed.
Coco-de-mer is a rare species of palm tree native to Africa and mostly found in the Seychelles.
Uhuru who is on the third day of his State Visit to Seychelles was accompanied by Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo and Deputy Chief of Staff Ruth Kagia among other senior Government officials.