ASP President Sidiki Kaba and Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta. Retrieved from Nairobi News (www.nairobinews.co.ke).
The President of the Assembly of State Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Sidika Kaba, made an official visit to Kenya from 11 to 12 August upon invitation of the Kenya government.
ASP President Kaba who is also Minister of Justice of Senegal met with the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Dr. Amina Mohammed and the Attorney General, Githu Muigai with whom he discussed different issues pertaining to the relationship between Kenya and the ASP.
The ASP President had a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta on the final day of his visit. They discussed the significance of restoring confidence between Africa and the ICC, enhancing complementarity, better cooperation with the International Criminal Court and the universality of the Rome Statute. The ASP President thanked the Kenyan Government for inviting him and for the warm welcome they extended towards him. He expressed satisfaction that they were able to hold very frank discussions and reiterated his commitment towards working with all State Parties to improve dialogue within the ASP and enhance the global fight against impunity, strengthen the rule of law, taking into consideration the interests of victims.