Kenya and Seychelles have agreed on enhancing a land mark ranging from fisheries to aviation,cooperation in processing, information and intelligence sharing and partnerships for the benefit of the two countries.
Seychelles has offered to help Kenya establish a fisheries service through direct employment and attachment.
Following the Seychelles President’s State Visit, the two countries also resolved to collaborate in joint surveillance, patrols and capacity building to boost marine security – especially in the Exclusive Economic Zones.
On its part, Kenya will export livestock products to Seychelles, ranging from beef, lamb, goat, poultry, butter, ghee and powdered milk.
The two countries also boosted their cooperation in aviation with Kenya Airways signing a joint marketing agreement with Seychelles Tourism Board, which provides a framework for collaboration to promote intra-Africa tourism.
Seychelles President Danny Faure flew out of the country today after a three-day State visit that triggered landmark agreement to improve businesses between this two countries.