Kenya, Rwanda committed to peaceful South Sudan resolution
21 January 2014, 18:27
Nairobi - Kenya and Rwanda will stand steadfast with South Sudan in seeking a peaceful and long term solution to the current problems engulfing the new born state.
The two nations further agreed to strengthen bilateral ties to enhance trade and economic values of the two states.
The agreements were made between presidents Uhuru Kenyatta and Paul Kagame who met at State House Nairobi for talks Tuesday morning.
The two leaders agreed to ensure that South Sudan would move in the right direction and said they were fully behind resolutions made by the United Nations UN, African Union AU and other intergovernmental bodies on the said issue.
The two presidents also agreed to closer ties between the two nations, especially focusing on economic empowerment.
President Kagame was in the country on a two day visit where he made a key note speech during the ongoing Governors summit in Naivasha.
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