Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday August 1, held talks with the former Kenya President Daniel Arap Moi in Nairobi.
This meeting comes in after the 6th extraordinary summit of the heads of state and government on the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR).
Information coming from Nairobi indicates that the motive of the meet was to discuss regional peace initiatives in the Great Lakes Region especially in the war torn areas of Democratic republic of Congo, Central African Republic and the Sudans.
During the ICGLR in Nairobi, President Uhuru advocated for peace and stability in the region.
“Kenya also welcomes the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the entire region. We hope that it will avail an additional avenue in the search for lasting peace in the region,” said President Uhuru during the ICGLR summit.
President Uhuru also had a strong commendation regarding the regional security where he advocated for a joint neutral force.
“I commend the efforts to deploy a regional intervention force to deal with armed groups in Eastern DRC. To enable member States own conflict resolution and peace-building efforts in the region, Kenya believes that ICGLR’s regional initiatives require our full support,” roared Uhuru.