The Kenyan Space Agency is hosting visitors at the Agency’s headquarters, consolidating on the successful launch
of the Agency’s 2020-2025 strategic plan.
The Agency hosted the Ambassador of Ukraine to Kenya, H.E Mr Andrii Pravednyk on November 6. The Ambassador paid a courtesy call to KSA acting Director-General, Maj Gen Chepkuto, to identify areas of cooperation between Kenya and Ukraine in Space technology applications. H.E Mr Pravednyk lauded KSA for the launch of the Strategic Plan 2020-2025.
In the same vein, US Embassy officials Kenya-US Liaison Office (KUSLO) led by Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Kopp paid a courtesy call to KSA Ag DG Maj Gen Thomas Chepkuto to discuss issues of mutual interest and collaboration between Kenya and United States on Space Technology applications.
The visits are expected to lead to a stronger partnership between Kenya and the two countries in space development.
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