Kenya’s foreign ministry has publicly revealed President William Ruto’s schedule of engagements while in New York at the UN headquarters.
Ruto is in charge of the Kenyan delegation to the 77th UNGA (UNGA). The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is the highest policymaking body in the United Nations.
“Participation at the highest level in the UNGA is particularly important for Kenya as the country seeks to complete the second year of its non-permanent membership to the United Nations Security council,” reads part of the statement.
The President will be making his speech to the United Nations and meeting with some world leaders states.
The President of Kenya will also use the occasion to advance bilateral economic, security, and regional policy discussions with the United States.
The President will conclude with a meeting with top American business executives during which he will push for expanded trade and investment.
Moreover, Ruto will make the most of his chances to meet with other prominent world leaders to discuss pressing issues of bilateral cooperation.