KHARTOUM - Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta will arrive to Khartoum on Saturday in a state a two-day visit at the invitation of his Sudanese counterpart Omer Al Bashir, a
press release by the Ministry of Foreign announced.
Presidents Al Bashir and Kenyatta will discuss regional and international issues of common interest, and ways to develop bilateral relations, said a statement issued by spokesperson of the Sudanese foreign ministry on Thursday, according to the press release
During the visit, the two countries will sign a number of memorandums of understanding and bilateral cooperation agreements in the field of media, culture and higher education, technology, housing and reconstruction, and agriculture and livestock, further said Ambassador Ghariballah Khidir
"Also, the two presidents will discuss the situation in the region within the framework of joint efforts to resolve the conflicts in these countries," he alluded to the situation in the South Sudan.
President Kenyatta will visit Sudan’s largest sugar plant Kenana Sugar Company, and a tea packing factory, Cofftea, and Khartoum oil refinery. He will also meet the Kenyan community and students in the Sudanese universities.
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