Khartoum — Official talks between Sudan and Kenya kicked off at the Republican Palace on Saturday with the Sudanese side headed by President Omar Bashir and the Kenyan side led by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
State Minister at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ambassador Kamal Eddin Ismail, pointed out in press statements that the two sides discussed bilateral relations and issues of mutual concern and that the views of the two sides have been identical on the questions discussed.
The Kenyan Minister for Foreign Affairs, Syada, Amina Abdallah, has on her part expressed happiness to visit the Sudan within the Kenyan delegation led by President Uhuru.
She said the two sides discussed bilateral relations, regional questions and the situation in some neighbouring states.
She described the current visit of the Kenyan delegation led by President Uhuru as historical and showed the depth of the Sudanese Kenyan relations.
She expressed her hope that the visit would achieve its objectives.