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India and Kenya today signed agreements in the area of agriculture.
The agreements were inked after delegation level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Moid and Kenyian President Uhuru Kenyatta in New Delhi.
In his press statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, expansion of bilateral trade, greater flow of capital between two economies and stronger developmental partnership is a priority.
He said India is collabrating with kenya to raise agricultural productivity there. He said the Loan of Credit Agreement of 100 million dollars signed today for farm mechanisation will open a new dimension of engagement between the two countries.