The diplomatic standoff between Kenya and Sudan worsened after Khartoum kicked out the Kenyan envoy, even as President Kibaki strove to end the crisis likely to redefine regional relations.So serious is the Government taking the falling out with Sudan that President Kibaki held crisis talks with top Government officials in Nairobi, even as Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetangula announced the Government will ask the Attorney General to appeal against the court ruling that sparked the row. Wetangula also said Kenya will not respond to Khartoum’s decision by expelling its envoy in Nairobi.On Tuesday evening, as the Kibaki envoy in Khartoum flew back home as a consequence of Nairobi court’s order for arrest of President Omar Al-Bashir should he step on Kenyan soil again, the President was in Burundi in another round of talks to mend fences with Sudan. But first he again met the Government’s chief legal advisor and Foreign Minister who went ahead of him...Click here
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