US and Kenya sign defence agreement ahead of planned Haiti deployment

NAIROBI, Kenya — The U.S. and Kenya signed a defence agreement Monday that will see the East African nation get resources and support for security deployments as it is poised to lead a multi-national peacekeeping mission to Haiti to combat gang violence. U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin and Kenya’s Defence Minister Aden Duale signed the accord at a meeting in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.


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