Pres. Uhuru on a three day state visit to Israel for bilateral talks
The troubled Kenya Airways will commence direct flights to the city of Tel Aviv in Israel immediately the national carrier provides an aircraft to cater for the route.
According to Augustino Njoroge, the ambassador of Kenya to the biblical land , the bilateral agreement is a done deal, the current situation being faced by the national carrier is the only remaining barrier.
This is happening as President Uhuru Kenyatta commences a three day state visit to Israel, the first from a Kenyan seating president since 1994 where he is expected to lead a Kenyan delegation for bilateral talks expected to touch on issues including agriculture, infrastructure and security among others.