Khartoum - President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir received a letter from his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta handed at the Guest House by the Kenyan president's special envoy to Sudan Kalindo Masuka.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Al-Dirdiri Mohammed Ahmed said in a press statement that the letter comes in the framework of joint consultation between President Bashir and President Kenyatta on a number of issues, particularly the issue of the peace in the state of South Sudan, adding that the President of the Republic gave the Kenyan President’s envoy a similar message to his brother, President Kenyatta.
For his part, the Kenyan envoy, Kalindo Masuka, said in a press statement that the meeting was useful and discussed a number of issues by focusing on the progress of the peace process in the State of South Sudan. He described his country’s relations with the Sudan as an advanced and excellent, and added that the strong relationship between President Bashir and Kenyatta contributed to the prosperity of the two countries relations and cementing it. The Kenyan envoy confirmed the continued the support of President Uhuru Kenyatta for the efforts of President Al-Bashir to revive the peace process in the State of South Sudan, referring to the president’s broad experience in issues of peace since the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed in 2005, which he said: that President Al-Bashir is still true to it; The Kenyan President’s special envoy, Mr. Kalindo Masuka was Vice President and former Kenyan president and a Minister of Foreign Affairs during the comprehensive peace negotiations in Kenya.