Kenya Friends of Israel (KEFI) will continue to be bound by strong Christian faith in order to strengthen diplomacy between Kenya and Israel. KEFI through the government is determined pursue soft diplomacy with Israel through various tours of duty that will enable Kenya to adopt different technological and agricultural techniques to ensure water security health and food security.
KEFI Chairman Francis Gitau says that there is great need to be strong and courageous in order to foster the treasured relations with Israel through activities like planting trees and rehabilitating forests.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Africa has a better friendship with Israel and he looks forward to strengthen economic ties with Kenya in order to boost business.
“Africa can build a success story in water and agriculture like the one Country in Middle East that produces plenty of milk which is Israel”, Mr. Netanyahu remarked.
The Israel premier was speaking in Nairobi on 5th July during dinner, which was organized by KEFI to share business ideas and fresh economic visions.
The PM said that Israel is eager and ready to share its bumper water supply with Kenya to boost agricultural produce as well as make Kenya a milk thriving nation, adding that Kenya should emulate Israel’s success.
The PM earlier in a State Banquet said that Kenya has a favorable business environment which has continued to stimulate great economic growth among many other pleasurable good things that evoked his visit.
The Primes Minister also assured Kenya that Israel will provide intelligence services to help Kenya combat terrorism.
Speaking at the same venue, Yosef Abramowitz C.E.O Energy Global Capital said that Kenya is blessed with plenty of sunshine which should be harnessed into proper solar energy.
“We are ready to invest 500 million dollars in Kenya on renewable solar energy if the Kenyan government agrees”, said Mr. Abramowitz.
Abramowitz suggested that Kenya should work hand in hand with Israel especially by investing in solar energy storage for the sake of agriculture and power storage.
The PM concluded his tour of Africa in Ethiopia, after visiting Rwanda on Wednesday.