Kenya and the United States have held virtual talks on signing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
The negotiations for FTA which commenced on July 8, 2020, stalled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent U.S. elections.
Two rounds of negotiations have been conducted so far.
The two countries said that they will explore a viable medium to long-term approach to their future trade relations in the context of the wider agenda of the U.S. trade and development of policy for Africa.
Tai requested Kenya to partner with the U.S. in developing this strategy and supporting the regional integration drive in Africa.
The fate of trade talks remains uncertain as Washington realigns its interests under the new Biden administration. (Xinhua/NAN)