Annan hopes for Kenya talks
result in 2-3 days
Mon Feb 11, 2008
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Former U.N. boss Kofi Annan has invited
Kenya's feuding political parties to continue talks at a hidden
location outside Nairobi, with the aim of reaching an agreement
within two or three days, a spokesman said on Monday.
"During this period he has asked for a complete news blackout,"
added a statement from the spokesman for Annan, who is mediating
the post-election crisis in Kenya.