The Kenyan Space Agency on Friday, November 13, hosted the Russian ambassador to Kenya, Dmitry Maksimychev, at the Agency’s headquarters. This is another visit in a series of high profile visits the agency has hosted, since announcing the KSA Space strategic plan.
The visit, among other things, is geared towards discussing future partnerships between Kenya and Russia, especially on space technology.
On the KSA’s Twitter page, the agency said: “H.E. Mr Dmitry Maksimychev Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Kenya paid a courtesy call to Kenya Space Agency Acting Director General, Maj Gen Thomas Chepkuto today to discuss areas of cooperation in space science, technology and application”.
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