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Ruto attends NAM meeting in Uganda

Kenya’s President William Ruto has joined other Heads of State and Government for the 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit.

At the opening session of the meeting that is taking place in Kampala, Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni was elected unanimously as the Chairman of NAM.

Uganda, which succeeds Azerbaijan, will serve for three years at the Forum that was established in 1961.

South Sudan is expected to be admitted into the 120-Member countries group today.

Earlier, another meeting (which involved senior East African leaders and even envoys) was held to bring peace and cohesion between the two warring parties in Sudan.

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