Ankara, 12 December 2022 (TDI): The government of Turkiye has sent its congratulatory message to the people of Kenya on their Independence Day today.

As part of the aim to promote the strong relations between these two countries, there was the need to recognize this very important day.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkiye on behalf of the government tweeted saying “Sincere congratulations to the Republic of Kenya on the occasion of the Republic Day.”

Kenya and Turkiye have established stronger relations over the years. Both countries have continued to show regard for each other in all issues regarding bilateral relations.

Kenya Independence Day

The Independence Day of Kenya holds a prominent position in the country’s history. They gained freedom from their colonial masters and ever since have continued to handle their affairs both internally and externally.

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On this day, the heroes who stood firm for the freedom of the country are celebrated, recognizing every individual who has contributed in one way or the other for the success of the country.

The President of Kenya, William Ruto has expressed his joy for the peace and prosperity the country continues to enjoy for all these years.

He again employs the citizens and lovers of Kenya to continue to uplift the name and dignity of the country higher.

In line with the above, the government of Turkiye has also used this opportunity to encourage the people of Kenya to continue to partner with the country as they seek greater developments.

Countries that understand the UN standards of relations continue to appreciate each other when it comes to the celebrations of national days.

Turkiye-Kenya relations

Turkiye has always been recognized as a leading emerging development partner in Kenya. Their relations have been built on strong bilateral, political, diplomatic, and economic relations.

The Turkish International Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) has also continued to develop various projects in Kenya.