Lungu and Kenyatta Discuss Bilateral Trade
Over the weekend President Lungu and his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta held bilateral talks to focus on enhancing the economic and security relationship between Kenyan and Zambia.
One area the two presidents focused on was tourism. Kenya has a longstanding and economically successful tourism industry, as part of strengthening ties between our two nations Kenyatta will train 50 Zambian students at the well-known Utalii College.
Kenya and Zambia have for many years enjoyed warm relations where they co-operate areas such as agriculture, tourism, education and information communication and technology (ICT).
The two countries have an existing MOU on science, technology and innovation.
Kenya exports edible oils, margarines, iron sheets, steel pipes and products, detergents, baking powder, kitchen and table wares, spices, blankets, beauty products, toiletries, irrigation pumps, tyres, and textiles and crafts to Zambia.
Kenya’s top imports from Zambia include copper wire or refined, maize seed, electric conductors, butane, LPG, waste and scrap primary cells, crude vegetable material, pig iron and asbestos.