Summit calls for peace talks
01 August 2013, 11:26
Nairobi - The ongoing Great Lakes Special Summit of Heads of State in Nairobi has adopted a raft of resolutions aimed at ending the conflicts in some member states.
The regional summit agreed on a comprehensive peace framework in a bid to resolve the conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, Sudan and South Sudan, Daily Nation reports.
In a joint communiqué signed in Nairobi Wednesday, after evaluating the evolution of the security situation in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the special summit supported the Kampala dialogue between the DRC Government and M23, urging the two parties to conclude talks as soon as possible.
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