1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after his talks with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, announced extension of a concessional Line of Credit (LoC) of $44.95 million to the African nation to help it in development of small and medium enterprises and textiles.
2. India will also build a cancer hospital in Kenya to provide quality and affordable healthcare.
3. The Prime Minister said Mr. Kenyatta and he had “agreed that terrorism and radicalisation are common challenges for our two countries, the region and the whole world. We have agreed to deepen our security partnership including in fields of cyber security, combating drugs and narcotics and human trafficking.”
India is Kenya’s largest trading partner, and the second largest investor. Visit to marks the end of PMs four-nation African tour.