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Foreign and Commonwealth Office officials in Kenya are monitoring the situation closely, and are in regular contact with British nationals affected. Our High Commissioner continues to raise the issue at the highest levels of Kenyan Government, including with the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs, the Inspector General of Police, and most recently the Laikipia County Governor. He visited Laikipia in December, when he met with British nationals to discuss their concerns.
The FCO continue to place the safety and security of British nationals at the heart of our activity. We are also working closely with other Embassies to provide a coordinated response for our respective nationals in the area, and stand ready to offer further consular assistance if required.