- During his visit, Fiala is expected to hold bilateral engagements with several senior state officials.
- He will later on be hosted at State House by President William Ruto.
Czech Republic Prime Minister Petr Fiala arrived in Kenya on Sunday night, for a three-day official visit.
During his visit, Fiala is expected to hold bilateral engagements with several senior state officials.
He will later on be hosted at State House by President William Ruto.
According to Prime Cabinet Secretary and CS for Foreign Affairs Musalia Mudavadi, the Czech Republic PM's visit will strengthen partnerships between the two countries.
He also noted that several bilateral agreements between the two countries will be signed.
"The visit by Petr Fiala aims to strengthen cooperation, collaboration, and partnership between Kenya and the Czech Republic across various sectors. Several bilateral agreements are expected to be signed between the two nations during his visit," Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi was accompanied by Defence CS Aden Duale alongside other senior state officials including Foreign Affairs PS Korir Sing'oei when they received PM Fiala.
Duale noted that the Czech Republic has proven to be a dependable ally of Kenya.
He added that PM Fiala will also attend the Kenya-Czech Business conference, visit cultural sites and hold Defence and Security meetings with relevant players and stakeholders.
"As Kenya continues to further and cement its cordial ties with other nations, the Czech Republic has proven a strategic and dependable ally," he said.
Fiala's visit comes barely three days after Kenya hosted the British Monarch for a four-day State visit.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla arrived in Kenya on Monday, October 30, and left on Friday, November 3, 2023.
The British Monarch engaged in a series of events during their visit in Nairobi and Mombasa counties.