Cabinet Secretary (CS) of Investments, Trade, and Industry, Moses Kuria has announced a fruitful bilateral meeting with the Italian Ambassador to Kenya, Roberto Natali, along with a delegation of Italian investors.
The talks, led by CS Moses Kuria, covered diverse areas of cooperation between the two nations, including investment opportunities in the leather value chain, agricultural mechanization, and support for Roma Expo 2030.
The presence of key officials from both countries, such as PS State Department for Investments Promotions Abubakar Hassan and PS State Department for Industry Dr. Juma Mukhwana, underscores the commitment to fostering economic ties that benefit Kenya and Italy alike.
These discussions mark a promising step towards strengthening economic relations, promoting sustainable practices, and harnessing the potential for growth in various sectors.
As both nations collaborate on these initiatives, the ongoing African Climate Summit continues to serve as a vital platform for fostering international cooperation in addressing climate challenges while simultaneously advancing economic interests.
CS for the Ministry of Investments, Trade and Industry, Moses Kuria wrote:
“Later today , on the sidelines of the ongoing African Climate Summit conference, I held bilateral talks with the Italian Ambassador to Kenya, Roberto Natali who was also accompanied by a team of investors from his country.
Among the areas of deliberations were investment opportunities in the leather value chain, agricultural mechanization, and support for Roma Expo 2030 among other areas of interests to our countries.”