Uhuru sets Ethiopian agenda
10 March 2014, 21:02
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta has made a historic trip to Ethiopia, his first state visit to an African country where he is expected to address a number of issues.
The president left Kenya and arrived in Ethiopia Monday evening for a four day state visit.
He is accompanied by first lady Margaret and is expected to address a number of key issues while on his trip.
First off, he will meet Ethiopian president Mulatu Teshome to speak on matters regional, including the IGAD agenda in the region.
The ongoing war in Somalia is also expected to be on their agenda during their meeting which will take place Tuesday.
Current negotiations in the Sudan conflict will also be on the agenda.
He will then meet Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and speak to him about ways of improving bilateral ties between the two states.
There will also be talks on how to lift trade in coffee and tea which are key to both countries' economies.
Kenyans living in the country will also get a chance to meet and speak to the president on various issues affecting them and the country.
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