President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on the international community to lift sanctions imposed against Zimbabwe due to the negative impact of the restrictions on the Southern African region. President Kenyatta has termed the sanctions illegal, reiterating Kenya’s continued advocacy to ensure that the restrictions are lifted. This follows amid Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ongoing working visit to the State House in Nairobi. During recent negotiations, the two Heads of State signed seven bilateral agreements, including memoranda of understanding (MoU) on political and diplomatic consultations, tourism and wildlife conservation, among others. Additional MoUs include the improvement of community development, youth affairs, cooperatives, and sports and recreation activities. President Kenyatta has stated that the agreements are expected to enable Kenya and Zimbabwe to cooperate in addressing various challenges affecting both countries. – 2022©️Willshir & Associates – Business Intelligence Program