Dr Amina Mohamed discusses setting up of a JCC between Kenya and Mauritius with the PM
The setting up of a Joint Commission of Cooperation (JCC) to further consolidate the bilateral relations between Mauritius and Kenya was at the fore of discussions during a courtesy call on 5th January 2017 by the Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Kenya, Dr Amina Mohamed and the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth at the New Treasury Building in Port Louis.
Both Mauritius and Kenya are expected to benefit from the setting up of the JCC.
In a statement following her meeting with the Prime Minister, Dr Amina Mohamed, spoke of the friendly and cordial relations existing between Kenya and Mauritius. She also expressed interest to strengthen both bilateral and economic ties with Mauritius as well as reinforce cooperation in areas of Trade and Commerce, Financial Services, Maritime Security, Education, Health and Regional Integration.
Were also on the agenda, the issue of long term business visa to the business community from Mauritius to Kenya and vice versa in addition to improving air links between the two countries.
The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Kenya, Dr Amina Mohamed, also discussed the putting in place of a mechanism to ensure the smooth implementation of the JCC in the agreed time frame and a proper monitoring following the setting up of the JCC.