Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
Kenya has done the press conference on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017, in New Delhi, India, along with the Governance Summit on Cyber Governance. The press conference was meant to clarify Kenya’s position and perspective in the Government Summit on Cyber Governance.
Kenya believes that the Government Summit on Cyber Governance today was very potential and could be beneficial for all parties that are involved. They also expressed their gratitude for the parties that have helped Kenya in achieving their interest in cyber security and cyber infrastructure. But Kenya also expressed that at the beginning of the summit did not accommodate enough for developing state, but as we proceed, we reached the same conclusions between developing and developed countries. Kenya stated that the most challenging things or process within the meeting were to combine all the interests from developed and developing countries since there was a technological gap between the countries that have their own interest. Thus, Kenya would try and give their best efforts to produce the best solution that not only accommodate the interest of developed countries, but also the developing countries. Kenya would also give their best to protect their citizen by developing the technology within the country to enhance the cyber infrastructure in Kenya.
At the end of the press conference, Kenya also expressed their position that they were fully aware and acknowledged universal declaration or treaties regarding the human rights.