UK High Commissioner to Kenya Jane Marriott.
They commended Kenya for early preparations and putting in place election security.
• They have commended Kenya for their early preparations and putting in place election security and support.
• The commissioners have further commended the Executive for its commitment to facilitating a conducive environment
Ambassadors and High Commissioners from Kenya's International partners have today welcomed Kenya joining the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance.
"We strongly encourage all political actors to follow the principles and articles set out in the charter." A statement issued read.
They have commended Kenya for their early preparations and putting in place election security and support for institutions like the IEBC.
The commissioners have further commended the Executive for its commitment to facilitating a conducive environment for the August General Elections.
"We also commend Kenyan non-state actors for their important contribution in promoting electoral integrity and citizen's knowledge and participation including women's political participation, in the electoral process," the issue further read.
The ambassadors and High Commissioners have jointly vowed to continue engaging with Kenyans, their leaders and organizations in the months leading to the August polls.
They have noted that Kenya has obtained a status as one of the leading democracies in Africa.
In the statement issued, they have stated, just like Kenyans, they recognize the importance of free, fair, credible and peaceful elections come August.
The ambassadors and High Commissioners include Australia's High Commissioner, Luke Williams, Canada's acting High Commissioner, David Da Silva, Denmark's ambassador, Ole Thonke, Netherlands' ambassador, Maarten Brouwer, Norway's ambassador Gunnar A. Holm.
Others are Sweden's ambassador Caroline Vicini, Switzerland's ambassador Valentin Zellweger, United Kingdom's High Commissioner Jane Marriot and The United States Chargé d'Affaires à i Eric Kneedler. By Sharon Mwende, The Star