Kenya clears KES 4.4 billion arrears at UN
17 October 2012, 09:51
nairobi - Kenya has entered the United Nations roll of honour after being named as one of the UN member states which have cleared all their outstanding dues.
According to Daily Nation reports, out of 193 countries, only 31 were fully paid up as of October 11. During the 2012-2013 UN financial year, Kenya paid over KES 4.3 billion as its contribution to the regular budget.
Under-Secretary-General Yukio Takasu paid tribute to Kenya, saying the fulfilment of her financial obligations in its entirety is a clear indication of its commitment to the virtues espoused by the global organisation.
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