By Josphat Siror
The envoy however said Kenyan students studying in Egypt are yet to return.
"I want to say this with no contradiction that Egypt has returned to normalcy. It is now calm but students are yet to return," he said.
There are about 200 Kenyan students studying in Egypt but all were evacuated after the chaos erupted in late January.
Local business also suffered the effects of the revolution in Egypt, which is one of countryâs strategic partners in tea exports.
According to Kenya Tea Board, tea exports to Egypt dropped to 5.7 million kilograms in the wake of chaos that spread across the Middle-East.
But Mr Arunga has assured exporters that Egyptâs business environment bounced back few weeks ago, adding as a commonwealth partner, Kenya should continue business as usual in the exports and imports business.
" Egypt is crucial for Kenyaâs agricultural products. I assure traders that there is calm and business is back to normal," said Mr Arunga.