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NAIROBI Air Jordan 1 Retro For Sale , Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- Kenya will refashion its partnership with the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) to inject vitality in food production systems against a backdrop of rising hunger, malnutrition and environmental risks, officials said on Thursday.


Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Willy Bett, said that a robust engagement with FAO in diverse areas like agronomy, market linkages and ecological protection will improve Kenya's capacity to feed its population.


"We anticipate improved working relationship with FAO and other bilateral allies to implement programs that combat hunger, malnutrition and promote climate resilience in agriculture sector," Bett said.


He spoke in Nairobi during the 40th anniversary celebrations since the UN Food and Agricultural Organization commenced operations in Kenya.


Bett noted that FAO has in the blast four decades partnered with the national and county governments to enhance agriculture productivity through enactment of robust policies, capacity building, research and technology transfer.


The Cabinet Secretary revealed that FAO is currently providing technical support to facilitate development of Kenya's agriculture sector transformation and growth strategy.


"FAO has supported revival of aquaculture and livestock sectors to achieve food and nutrition security in the country. It has also partnered with us in strengthening food safety and sustainable natural resources management," said Bett.


He added that Kenya looks forward to a vibrant engagement with FAO in programs aimed at reducing food waste and improving data collection in the agriculture sector.


"As a country, we are ready to harness expertise and global experience from FAO to make the agriculture sector more sustainable, profitable and youth friendly," Bett remarked.


The FAO Representative in Kenya, Gabriel Rugalema said that future collaboration with Kenya will revolve around three areas that include boosting crop production, enhancing climate resilience and data collection.


"We have developed a strategic framework to strengthen future partnership with Kenya leading to hunger and poverty eradication, improved farmers' income and better response to environmental crises," said Rugalema.


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German Chancellor and leader of the Christian Democratic Union party, Angela Merkel, closes her eyes while speaking after exploratory talks on forming a new government broke down on Sunday in Berlin. Photo: AFP

Chancellor Angela Merkel was left scrambling to drag Germany out of a crisis Monday after high-stakes talks to form a new government collapsed, potentially forcing Europe's top economy into snap elections.


Germany now faces weeks, if not months, of paralysis with a lame-duck government that is unlikely to take bold policy action at home or on the European stage.


With no other viable coalition in sight, Germany may be forced to hold new elections that risk being as inconclusive as September's polls.


Merkel, whose liberal refugee policy has proved deeply divisive, had been forced to seek an alliance with an unlikely group of parties after the ballot left her without a majority.


But following more than a month of gruelling negotiations, the leader of the pro-business FDP, Christian Lindner, walked out of talks overnight, saying there was no "basis of trust" to forge a government with Merkel's conservative alliance CDU-CSU and the ecologist Greens.


"It is better not to govern than to govern badly," he said, adding that the parties did not share "a common vision on modernizing" Germany.


Voicing regret for the FDP's decision, Merkel vowed to steer Germany through the crisis.


"As chancellor... I will do everything to ensure that this country comes out well through this difficult time," she said.


News magazine Der Spiegel called the breakdown in negotiations a "catastrophe" for Merkel and said Germany, long seen as an island of stability, was having its "Brexit moment, its Trump moment."


French President Emmanuel Macron, who has sought Merkel's backing for an ambitious EU reform plan, expressed concern about Germany's political deadlock, saying "it is not in our interest that the situation becomes tense."


The euro fell on the news, but Germany's blue-chip DAX remained largely firm, losing just 0.47 percent in early trade.


The acrimonious negotiations stumbled on a series of issues including immigration. Merkel let in more than 1 million asylum seekers since 2015, sparking a backlash that allowed the far-right AfD party to win its first seats in parliament.


Its parliamentary co-leader Alexander Gauland relished the collapse of the talks, saying that Merkel had "failed" and that his party "looks forward to potential new elections" in which it stands to make strong gains.


(Agencies)


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Hasina congratulated the successful holding of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and thanked the Chinese side for offering long-term support and aid to Bangladesh's development and construction.


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