Kenya signs three bilateral agreements on air services with Portugal

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday met the Prime Minister of the Portuguese Republic, Rt. Hon. António Costa at São Bento Mansion, the Prime Minister's official residence and office, in Lisbon.

President Kenyatta, who is in Portugal on a two-day State Visit, led a Kenyan delegation that included Cabinet Secretaries Raychelle Omamo (Foreign Affairs) and Najib Balala (Tourism) at the meeting that culminated in the signing of 3 bilateral agreements on air services; political consultations; and diplomatic training.

Earlier, the Kenyan Head of State was received by his Portuguese host at the iconic Jerónimos Monastery in central Lisbon in an elaborate military ceremony that included a Guard of Honour and a Gun Salute by the Forças Armada (The Portuguese Armed Forces).

After the elaborate reception ceremony, President Kenyatta took a short drive, escorted by a ceremonial cavalry of horse riders, to the nearby Belém Palace, the official residence of the Portuguese President, where the two leaders led their respective delegations in bilateral talks and addressed the media.

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