• He also acknowledged the friendship and shared interests which have grown extensively since the establishment of the strategic dialogue.
• CS Mutua is accompanied by Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria and Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs Korir Sing'oei.
Foreign and Diaspora Affairs CS Alfred Mutua has held a bilateral meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the state’s department in Washington DC.
During the meeting, Mutua lauded the prime cooperation existing between Kenya and the United States which he said was founded on mutual trust.
“We affirmed our commitment to continue working together in trade and investments, food security, defense, regional peace and security and multilateral cooperation,” Mutua said.
He also acknowledged the friendship and shared interests which have grown extensively since the establishment of the strategic dialogue and more deeply under the administration of President William Ruto and President Joe Biden.
He was accompanied by Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria, Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs,Korir Sing'oei, Principal Secretary of State Department for Internal Security and National Administration Kenya, Raymond Omollo, Kenya Ambassador to the United States Lazarus Amayo among other senior government officials.