Tanzania President, Samia Suluhu Hassan has arrived in the country for a two-day State Visit to Kenya at the invitation of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
During the visit the Heads of State will hold bilateral talks aimed at strengthening the cordial relations between the two countries.
Kenya is the biggest investor in Tanzania while Tanzanian exports to Kenya have been on an upward trajectory in the last ten years.
Kenya and Tanzania are members of the East African Community that is currently chaired by President Kenyatta.
President Suluhu will inspect a guard of honour and receive a 21 gun salute before proceeding for bilateral meetings and consultations.
President Kenyatta and the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta will host an official State Dinner for Her Excellency at State House.
The two presidents will hold consultations at a business forum for Tanzanian and Kenyan business community.
President Suluhu will also attend a session with executive women in business.
During the State visit she will make an address at a joint sitting of Kenya’s Parliament and Senate.
The State visit comes at a time when Kenya and Tanzania are working closely to deepen ties in the area of trade and people-to-people relations including the private sector, arts, culture, wildlife matters, tourism and cooperation at the continental and Multilateral levels.