On a four-day state visit, János Ader, the President of Hungary, is in Kenya.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is now meeting with Hungarian President Viktor Orbán at State House in Nairobi.
János der, the President of Hungary, is in the nation for a four-day state visit.
Foreign Affairs CS Raychelle Omamo greeted the president and Hungarian First Lady Anita Herczegh at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
During his visit, Mr.der will conduct bilateral conversations with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
On Sunday, János Der, President of Hungary, came to Kenya on a four-day state visit. On Monday, Der was greeted by the president and given a 21-gun salute at the State House.
Hungarian President János DER is regarded as a ceremonial leader in his own country. However, this may fit with his efforts to strengthen connections with other countries.
Hungary’s parliamentary system vests the majority of executive authority in the Prime Minister, who is now Viktor Orbán.
Nonetheless, this makes Hungary’s president a more approachable leader with less political baggage.
Following the salute, the Kenyan band was observed marching in unity while playing music. Hungarian President Viktor Orbán was joined by First Lady Anita Herczegh.
Der is likely to meet with Uhuru in private. Earlier, the Hungarian president, joined by government officials, planted a tree at the United Nations Office.
Kenya and Hungary have had friendly and strong bilateral relations since Hungary opened its embassy in Nairobi in 1964.
President DER will also go to Ghana, where he will see a sewage treatment project in Kumasi that uses Hungarian technology.