Kenya is committed to the peace process in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
President William Ruto said his administration, under the guidance of the East African Community, will do everything possible to ensure there is stability in DRC.
He was speaking on Monday when he held talks with the Democratic Republic of the Congo President Felix Tshisekedi in Palais du Peuple, Kinshasa.
Without peace, President Ruto explained, no country or individual can prosper.
The two leaders agreed to form a joint committee to define the areas of co-operation with a focus on security, trade and investment.
“Kenya and the DRC have a historic and strategic tie. We are keen on enhancing relations for the mutual benefit of our citizens,” said President Tshisekedi.