Kenya and Germany are committed to strengthening relations for the mutual benefit of their citizens.
President William Samoei Ruto said Kenya is keen on fast-tracking labour agreements between the two countries to enhance labour mobility.
He observed that structured migration will stem illegal relocation.
He added that it will also give Kenyans more opportunities to work in Germany.
The Head of State made the remarks on Monday during a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on the sidelines of G20 Compact with Africa Investment Summit in Berlin.
The two leaders agreed on the significance of directing investments toward Africa, appreciating its competitiveness.
Chancellor Scholz lauded Kenya’s role in capacity building and support in the upcoming elections in DRC Congo and South Sudan.
The German Chancellor committed to assisting Kenya in the Haiti Mission.
President Ruto asked for Chancellor Scholz’s support for Germany in advocating for reforms in the International Financial Architecture to address the debt crisis affecting nations in the Global South.