AGREEMENTS SET TO BE SIGNED
Trade, immigration, and security will dominate today’s bilateral talks, with Uhuru and Zuma seeking to tackle non-tariff barriers, remove barriers that impede greater people-to-people contact between the two countries and examine ways to cooperate and collaborate on security. The two countries are also scheduled to sign agreements in Defence, Police, Home Affairs, Environment, Revenue Services and infrastructure development under Lapsset. Esipisu said Immigration is important for Kenyans, and especially businesspeople. He said it is also a matter of concern for Kenyans living in Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Zambia.