Kenya, Seychelles in deal to fight piracy


Kenya and Seychelles have signed two bilateral agreements that will see the two countries collaborate on keeping the Indian Ocean safer, for business and environment.

A joint communiqué issued on Wednesday indicates that the two countries intend to cooperate more to combat sea piracy, regional peace and security as well as environmental protection of the waters of the Indian Ocean.

The six-point dispatch, signed by Kenya’s Foreign Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed and Seychellois Minister for Foreign Affairs Jean-Paul Adam, addresses these issues which the ministers think could greatly improve trade, if addressed.

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