Kenyatta, Kagame Hold Bilateral Talks

The two Presidents discussed regional integration, the South Sudan conflict, the forthcoming African Union (AU) Heads of State Summit and other bilateral issues.

President Kenyatta and President Kagame noted the progress achieved in the East African integration process.

They urged citizens of the member states to take advantage of the accruing benefits.

On South Sudan, the two leaders affirmed their support for the ongoing efforts spearheaded by Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the AU, the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) and the international community to end the conflict.

They expressed optimism that an amicable solution to the South Sudan crisis would be found soon.

They added that South Sudan will feature prominently at the AU summit later this month.

On the bilateral front, President Kenyatta and President Kagame lauded the existing cordial relations between Kenya and Rwanda.

They agreed to work closely to enhance co-operation for the benefit of the citizens of the two countries.

President Kagame was in the country to attend Governors' Summit held in Naivasha

By Angel Mboya

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