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Kenya and UK agree to strengthen diplomatic, security ties
Kenya and the United Kingdom have taken steps to repair their relations... This was after President Kenyatta held a meeting on the sidelines of the ongoing United Nations General Assembly with British Prime Minister David Cameron.
The two leaders agreed to improve relations between the two countries. Mr Cameron accepted President Kenyatta's invitation to visit Kenya in the first half of next year as a sign of closer diplomatic relations.
David Cameron: “We all agree that the effects of the advisories are what the terrorists actually want because it defeats the efforts to stop extremists from seducing people into their activities,” he said.
The two leaders discussed regional efforts, in which Kenya is playing a major role, to bring back stability to Somalia, South Sudan and other areas in the greater Eastern Africa affected by conflicts.