Kenya is looking forward to expanding its relationship with Israel as they mark the 60th anniversary of bilateral ties.
President William Ruto on Friday said that over the years, the two states have been having good relations.
“Kenya-Israel ties have grown from strength to strength because of cooperation in education, trade, agriculture and security,” he said.
Ruto said that Kenya and Israel will explore more opportunities for partnership in food production and irrigation, blue economy, border control and health.
He spoke after meeting Israel’s Ambassador to Kenya Lotem Michael at State House, Nairobi.