NY(SD)-A three-way meeting in New York City with Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi have resulted an agreement, according to Villa Somalia.
The meeting was organized by the African Union Commission Chairman and President of Egypt, Abdifatah al-Sisi, the parties agreed to restore relations between Somalia and Kenya, and take diplomatic measures to build trust between both governments and the public.
According to Villa Somalia’s statement, the presidents agreed to form a joint committee of the two parties working to achieve the current agreement.
The statement further stated that the Federal Government of Somalia has maintained that the case of the maritime court should be left to the International Criminal Court, which was agreed.
The two Presidents also agreed to abstain from anything that could cause further conflict, and to both focus on defeating terrorist groups.
The Federal Government of Somalia has said it would like to thank Egyptian President Abdifatah Al-Sisi for his leadership in the talks between Kenya and Somalia.