SADC Diplomats in Kenya Hold 48Th Meeting

SADC Diplomats in Kenya Hold 48Th Meeting
SADC Diplomats in Kenya Hold 48Th Meeting

Africa-Press – Angola. The 48th Meeting of the Group of Ambassadors of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries in Kenya takes place today, in Nakuru, under the guidance of Angolan diplomat Sianga Abílio.

The Angolan ambassador to Kenya and Permanent Representative of the UN Offices in Nairobi, Sianga Abílio, expressed, in the city of Nakuru, the interest in strengthening cooperation with the Republic of Kenya, within the scope of south-south cooperation.

The Head of the Angolan Diplomatic Mission in Nairobi is present in the City of Nakuru with a delegation from the Group of Ambassadors from SADC countries, who carried out a visit to assess local potential, aiming to identify potential areas for cooperation, both bilateral and regional.

Nakuru County is situated on an important economic corridor in Kenya, connecting Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan and eastern DRC to the Indian Ocean. Ambassadors from Angola, South Africa, Botswana, DRC, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe participated in a meeting with the acting Governor of Nakuru, David Kones, before the start of the 48th meeting.

The meetings of the SADC Group of Ambassadors serve as a platform for permanent consultation between the Heads of Diplomatic Missions of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries, accredited to the Republic of Kenya.

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