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Be impartial, Kenyatta warns

Author : | Published: Thursday, June 18, 2015

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged all those involved in the South Sudan peace talks to be impartial.

Mr Kenyatta was speaking during a meeting with China’s representative on Africa Affairs Zhong Jianhua, who paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.

He told regional leaders and the international community to remain united in demanding that warring parties work together to restore normalcy in the country.

“Let us save South Sudan from becoming a failed state. Let us prevail on President Salva Kiir, his former Vice President Riek Machar and former political detainees to return to the negotiating table,” the Standard (newspaper) quoted Mr Kenyatta.

China is one of the business partners of South Sudan. Some of its companies are involved in the oil sector.

“We must all speak in one voice and relay the same message on South Sudan if we are to assist the country to regain peace.”

Troika countries such as the United States, Norway and the UK are supporting the South Sudan peace process.

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