EAM Jaishankar held an online interaction with Indian diaspora in Kenya

External Affairs Minister of India, Dr. S. Jaishankar, on Sunday, interacted with the Indian diaspora in Kenya, on his official three-day visit to the east-African country.

Dr. Virander Paul, High Commissioner of India to Kenya, who moderated the conversation, said in a tweet that EAM S. Jaishankar held a productive interaction with the cross-section of the Indian diaspora in Kenya.

According to The Hindu, Kenya presently has a community of around 80,000 people of Indian origin, which include an estimated 20,000 Indian citizens.

Jaishankar on his three-day visit to Kenya had a detailed exchange on strengthening ties and “bilateral cooperation through the Joint Commission” with the Foreign Affairs Minister of Kenya, Raychelle Omamo.

India and Kenya are a part of the United Nations Security Council currently. They are also members of the Commonwealth. African country is also an active member of African union with whom India has longstanding ties.

According to The Print, the Ministry of External Affairs had stated that this visit will aim to deepen the development partnership which is an important aspect of the relationship between the two countries.

“A detailed exchange on regional and global issues as befitting two UNSC members,” EAM Jaishankar tweeted after the talks, “A historical solidarity is today a modern partnership.”

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