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Former President Uhuru Speaks About The State Of Peace In DRC After Leading Peace Keeping Meeting.

The Third Inter-Congolese Dialogue Process participants have been urged by H.E. (Rtd) President Uhuru Kenyatta, Facilitator of the East African Community (EAC)-led Nairobi Peace Process, to work toward resolving the conflicts in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The EAC - Facilitator assured the audience at the ongoing Nairobi (III) consultative dialogue process at Safari Park Hotel that only the country's citizens could find solutions to its conflicts and assured them of the support of the East African Community for the restoration of peace in the country.

The facilitator declared, "The EAC has joined forces to assist DRC in restoring peace within the nation and find long-term solutions to the over two-decade-long conflict in Eastern DRC."

H.E. (Rtd) President Uhuru Kenyatta commended the representatives of the armed groups who have thus far consented to a ceasefire and continue dialogue, and he urged them to forgive one another and live as a single, unified people.

The former Head of State recalled the time he visited Kinshasa and Goma, when locals expressed confidence about the Nairobi (III) process, and he invited the Congolese to lead the process because the EAC offers a welcoming environment for fruitful consultations on the future of the DRC. He emphasized that it is everyone's duty to find peace and unity in order for the country to prosper.

The EAC-Facilitator exuded confidence in the ongoing process, which has gathered civil society organizations, religious leaders, and community leaders from various regions of the DRC, including Ituri.

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