President William Ruto is scheduled to leave the country today to participate in two significant meetings in Kampala, Uganda.
In an official statement, State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed announced that President Ruto will first attend an IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) meeting focusing on regional cooperation and development.
This move aligns with Kenya’s dedication to fostering stability and progress in the Eastern African region.
“The summit will address crucial global issues, including multilateralism, international peace and post-Covid 19 recovery strategies,” said Mohamed.
“At the summit, whose theme is ‘Deepening Cooperation for Shared Global Affluence’, President Ruto will contribute to discussions on key priorities such as reform of the United Nations, peace and security, Sustainable Development Goals, climate change and the reform of the international financial system.”
Following this, on Friday, President Ruto is set to partake in the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement. The summit will address pivotal global issues, placing emphasis on topics such as international peace and strategies for post-Covid 19 recovery.
During his stay in Kampala, the President plans to engage in bilateral meetings with various Heads of State and leaders. These meetings are aimed at fortifying diplomatic ties and emphasizing Kenya’s pivotal role in both regional and global affairs.
The discussions will encompass a range of subjects, contributing to the broader framework of collaborative efforts for the betterment of international relations and cooperation.