Kenya, India Deal Set To Improve Maritime Security

Kenya-IndiaKenya and India signed multimillion dollar trade agreements during the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit in the country.

Kenya and India notably signed an agreement on defence cooperation.

The collaboration is set to improve maritime security since Kenya and India are connected by the Indian Ocean.

According to Modi, the maritime security occupies an important place in India’s overall defence and security engagement citing terrorism wave that poses global threat.

The new cooperation between the two countries will involve cyber security, combating drugs and narcotics and curbing human trafficking menace.

Kenya and India share a common enemy of terrorism noting the rapid spread of radical ideology that poses a common challenge calling for a unified front to counter and defeat the enemy.

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