India High Commissioner to Kenya Ms Suchitra Durai has reiterated the strong bilateral relationship between India and Kenya saying this is for the good of citizen s of the two countries.
Addressing media on Monday during her first visit at the Indian CGHU Temple at section 58 in Nakuru to mark 100 years of the Indian Community in Nakuru, Ms Durai noted that the high level of relationship between the two nations cannot be broken by any force.
“I must state here that India and Kenya has had a good bilateral relationship which cannot be broken by any force. India will continue to partner with Kenya in various sectors such as Health, Education and Business” she said.
Noting that India was Kenya’s second largest business partner, The India High Commissioner to Kenya stated that more business opportunity will be opened urging youths to take up the challenge.
Ms Durai urged the society to embrace the economic programs initiated through the partnership between the two countries.
“We are one of Kenya’s largest Business partner and Kenya is also top of our investors. I therefore call on the society to ensure they embrace the outcome of this partnership for growth and economic empowerment” she said.
On Kenya and 2017 general elections, the Diplomat clarified that India is ready and willing to assist if Kenya needs any technical assistance, However she was quick to say that it is upon Kenya to decide and that India as a nation cannot interfere with other nations.
It should be noted that this is the first visit by Indian High Commissioner to Kenya in Nakuru which has about 1700 Indian Religion members who have been contributing largely to the economy.