Kenya has a strong mutual working relationship with Slovakia, through various trade flows; Kenya’s main exports to Slovakia include; cut flowers, legumes, fruits, nuts, coffee and steel where as the main imports from Slovakia include; paper, automobiles, fertilizers, electronics machinery and equipment.
In order to strengthen the existing relationship between the two countries, the State Secretary for the Slovak Republic Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs H.E Ms. Ingrid Brocková and Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Kenya H.E. Ms. Katarina Zuffa Leligdonova paid a courtesy visit to the KNCCI offices, accompanied by officials from the Slovak Embassy and the European desk of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kenya. The guests were hosted by Chamber 2nd Vice President Ms. Fatma Elmaawy, CEO Mr. Samuel Matonda and COO Mr. Patrick Nyangweso.
They held discussions on areas of collaboration in various sectors such as agricultural technology & value addition, organic fertilizers, ICT, Water & Sanitation, education, healthcare, manufacturing, climate change and waste management.
The Embassy of Slovak Republic to Kenya in partnership with KNCCI will in May,2022 receive a trade delegation from Slovak Republic that will be visiting Kenya. The three-day visit will begin on the 18th May to the 21st May,2022 and will involve Business to Business (B2B) meetings with the Kenyan counterparts. KNCCI would also like to establish a rapport with the Slovak Chamber of Commerce & Industry by renewing a Memorandum of Understanding ( MoU) that was signed in 2013. The MoU will ensure flow of business and trade information and market opportunities for both countries.