Pakistan and Kenya relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—Kenya relations'''
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| [of arms of Kenya.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''Kenya'''
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Kenya–Pakistan relations entails the diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Republic of Kenya. Relations between Pakistan and Kenya were first historically established in the 1960s, when Pakistan expressed its support for Kenya in getting independence from British rule. Ever since from that time, relations between the two nations have been warm, with both countries having had discussed previously in the Pakistan-Kenya Joint Ministerial Commission session which was hosted in Nairobi in 2004, about boosting bilateral trade and economic relations.

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