China signed accords with Kenya that will allow access for farm produce from the East African nation, a presidential aide said.

“After a week of delicate negotiations, formal sanitary and phytosanitary agreements have been signed between Kenya and China for Kenya’s agricultural produce to enter the Chinese market,” the president’s chief of staff, Nzioka Waita, said on Twitter.

Kenya can now ship its biggest farm produce: flowers, vegetables such as green beans and fruits including avocado and mangoes, to the world’s most populous nation.

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