Kenya Set to Export Fresh Produce to The Netherlands By Sea to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Kenya and Netherlands are working on a programme that will see the former export fresh produce to the European country through the sea Embracing sea transport of Kenyan produce to The Netherlands is aimed at reducing pollution and emissions accumulated during transportation The Netherlands is the third-largest market for Kenyan produce and the fourth-largest investor in the East African country with over 100 countries operating locally.

Kenya and The Netherlands have pledged to enhance trade ties between the two countries that were birthed over five decades ago.
The Netherlands is Kenya’s third largest export market In the future, the two countries have indicated they are deliberate in mitigating climate change effects as they further tie cutting across politics and trade.

Former president Uhuru Kenyatta had pledged to ensure Kenya fully transitions to clean energy as a resolution in the fight against climate change.

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