The Nairobi Declaration and its Implementation Plan were adopted unanimously after the summit.
President Yoweri Museveni on Monday held a bilateral meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya at Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi.
The two leaders discussed matters of mutual interest between Uganda and Kenya.
The meeting comes at the heels of the closure of the TICADVI summit that attracted over 30 heads of state from Africa and 100 chief executive officers from Japan representing top Japanese companies.
The summit was anchored on “Advancing Africa’s Sustainable Development Agenda and, “Partnership for Prosperity,” according to a statement from State House
Following the summit, the Nairobi Declaration and its Implementation Plan were adopted unanimously.
The Nairobi declaration contains the blueprint for the continued partnership between Africa and Japan and will guide the delivery of the agreements reached during the talks.
The Nairobi declaration is designed to contribute to the improvement of infrastructure, clean energy generation and distribution, modernisation of agriculture and health.
The deal is also expected to usher in greater economic integration of Africa and will also boost empowerment of women and youth.