President William Ruto held a meeting with envoys from Burundi and South Sudan at State House, where he emphasized Kenya’s strong and cooperative relationship with both nations.

During the meeting, President Ruto received special messages from Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye, conveyed by Lt-General Silas Ntigurirwa, and from South Sudan President Salva Kiir, delivered by Special Envoy Albino Mathom AYuel Aboug.

President Ruto underscored the significance of the East African Community Member States, emphasizing that Burundi and South Sudan are vital partners in the collective pursuit of peace, security, and economic prosperity for the region.

In attendance at the meeting were Ambassador Evelyne Habonimana, Foreign Affairs PS Korir Sing’Oei, National Security Advisor Monica Juma, and Special Envoy on the Great Lakes Region Charles Keter, among other leaders.

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