Kenya lauds China's active participation in infrastructure development

20:52, March 26, 2010      

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The Kenyan government on Friday lauded China for its role in infrastructure development, saying it will help transform the east African nation into a robust economy in the region.

Kenyan Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka said active participation of Chinese companies in the development of infrastructure will help transform the country into middle-level economy as he held discussions in Nairobi with a visiting Chinese delegation led by Gao Shiqi, secretary general of the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.

"We are committed to transforming Kenya into a green economy, and would like to invite China to help us with its technological know-how to explore the enormous potential we have in various sources of energy generation," Musyoka said.

He noted that there were several Chinese companies successfully undertaking projects in Kenya and invited more Chinese firms particularly in the energy sector to come and help the country exploit the great potential the country has. Gao lauded the cordial relations existing between Kenya and China.

Source: Xinhua
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