NAIROBI, 6 April 2017 (PSCU) – Seychelles President Danny Faure flew home from Nairobi today after a three-day State visit that triggered landmark agreement with Kenya ranging from fisheries to aviation. […]

In fisheries, Kenya and Seychelles agreed to enhance cooperation in processing, information and intelligence sharing and partnerships for the benefit of the two countries.  […]

The two countries also boosted their cooperation in aviation with Kenya Airways signing a joint marketing agreement with Seychelles Tourism Board, which provides a framework for collaboration to promote intra-Africa tourism to one of the world most popular tourist destination.  […]

Following the Seychelles President’s State Visit, the two countries also resolved to collaborate in joint surveillance, patrols and capacity building to boost marine security – especially in the Exclusive Economic Zones. Seychelles offered to work with Kenya in the establishment of Coast guards as a further step towards ensuring maritime security.

The two countries also agreed to collaborate in the fight against terrorism and drug trafficking by scaling up their sharing of information and intelligence.

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