The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, discussed on Sunday at the Kenyan Presidential Palace in Nairobi, with President William Ruto, the situation in Sudan and a number of regional and continental issues, according to the media office of the Head of the Presidential Council.

The meeting with the Kenyan President came on the sidelines of his participation in the Fifth Mid-Year Coordination Meeting of the African Union, the Regional Economic Communities, the Regional Mechanisms and the African Union Member States with the ministers of finance and youth and the head of intelligence.

Menfi and Ruto discussed ways and prospects for developing bilateral relations, advancing frameworks for joint cooperation, and coordinating joint positions within the framework of their membership in the 10-member African Union Committee on the reform of the UN Security Council, in addition to consultations on the crisis in Sudan within the framework of the efforts of Sudan’s neighboring countries and the “IGAD” group, the African Union, Arab and international efforts to solve it.

Kenyan President Ruto welcomed Menfi to Nairobi and hailed the friendship ties that bind the two countries, wishing Libya stability and peace as well as the return to its position in the leadership of the African Union.

Menfi praised the relations that unite Libya with the African Union countries, especially Kenya, stressing the importance of working to continue developing various frameworks for joint cooperation.