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Congratulation to the Republic of Kenya’s on National Day
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Congratulation to the Republic of Kenya’s on National Day

The Republic of Kenya’s National Day (STL.News) On behalf of the Government of the United States and the American people, I congratulate all Kenyans on the celebration of Kenya’s 57th Jamhuri Day. As our nations continue to develop our already longstanding ties, it is important to reflect on some of our mutual successes.  We welcome the progress of the Bilateral Strategic Dialogue that has led to stronger economic and commercial partnerships and the creation of new opportunities for exporters and consumers.  We have made significant strides together in advancing greater regional stability.  Together we have worked closely to enhance Kenya’s health sector and to meet the challenges of COVID-19 and other infectious disease threats.  Increasing economic prosperity, advancing the health of...
US Department of State: U.S.-Kenya Strategic Consultations
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US Department of State: U.S.-Kenya Strategic Consultations

WASHINGTON, DC (STL.News) The US Department of State released the following statement: Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor Nagy hosted virtual U.S.-Kenya Strategic Consultations today with Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs Raychelle Omamo.  They discussed progress made to date on the U.S.-Kenyan strategic partnership, including on the range of bilateral efforts to advance democracy and respect for human rights and better confront global and regional challenges. Assistant Secretary Nagy congratulated Ambassador Omamo on Kenya’s election to a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council for the 2021-2022 term and emphasized Kenya’s important role in supporting regional peacekeeping efforts, promoting regional and global security, and ensuring effective govern...
Kenya: Lack of funds puts conservation projects at risk
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Kenya: Lack of funds puts conservation projects at risk

(STL.News) Millions of tourists normally flock to Kenya's wildlife reserves.  But international arrivals into the country have been stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic and the loss of tourism dollars is putting conservation projects at risk. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Nairobi. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News