President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema, Wednesday, witnessed the signing of six MOUs in a bid to scale up bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The MOUs were signed after the two presidents held a talk at the statehouse and agreed to work together to remove barriers that hinder trade and investment.
The MOUs were as follows;
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on cooperation in the field of veterinary and animal health.
MOU between the Kenya Utalii College and the Zambia Institute for Tourism and Hospitality Studies
MOU on cooperation in the promotion of cooperatives.
MOU on cooperation in the field of international relations studies and research MOU between the Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF) and the Tourism Council Zambia (TCZ).
MOU on cooperation in the field of information, communication, and technology.
President Hichilema said there is a need to ensure that the agreements and MOUs signed were implemented as the two countries move to redefine their business relations.
The two countries also agreed to be carrying out their trade directly without using a third party.