Today, at Statehouse, The Head of State held talks with a special envoy from Qatar, led Dr. Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Al-Khulaifi.
Though not much of what was discussed was put out to the public, the President communicated that the ongoing peace talks spearheaded by Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta was at the agenda.
Ruto expressed his willingness to work with Qatar noting that a proper working relationship between the two countries on the subject will see long lasting solution attained in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This in return, will bring economic prosperity in the country and the East African region at large.
According to Mr. Ruto, the security stalemate in Congo calls for a collaborative responsibility since it defines the success and stability of the Horn of Africa.
"We welcome Qatar's input in this critical conversation that seeks to bring lasting stability and therefore, prosperity in the region," he tweeted.
"The pursuit of peace in the Eastern Democratic of Congo remains our collective enterprise because it defines the Horn of Africa's success and stability," he added.
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