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A 14-member business delegation from Kenya headed by Kenyan Vice President Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka today met Chief Minister Shri Narendra Mody at Gandhinagar and discussed to develop mutually beneficial areas for both the parties.

In the meeting, it was decided to jointly organize an international seminar on port development and start direct flights between Gujarat and Kenya as the large number of Gujarati people have settled in Kenya and African countries.

Dr.Musyoka praised Chief Minister's leadership and the Gujarat's development under his headship.

Kenyan members also showed interest in opening a trade relation office in Gujarat as there are many areas like medical tourism, technical education and agro-food processing where there are similarities between Gujarat and Kenya and mutually fruitful trade is possible.

Principal Secretary for Industries Shri Maheshwar Sahu and MD of GIDB and Chief Minister's Secretary Shri A.K.Sharma along with other government officials were also present on the occasion.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has greeted Bengalis in India and across the world on Poyla Boishakh.

Wishing ‘Shubho Nabo Barsho’, the Prime Minister tweeted: “The love of life and the fervor of celebration that one sees in the people of Bengal are truly heartening. My heartfelt wishes to Bengalis in India and across the world on Poyla Boishakh. May the New year bring prosperity, happiness and health to all.”