Rwanda and Sudan have agreed to jointly confront the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing it of targeting only African leaders.
Sudanese President Omar Bashir and his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame struck the deal as they held talks in Khartoum on Wednesday.
President Kagame had arrived in the Sudanese capital for a two-day visit.
Addressing a joint press conference, after a closed-door meeting with his host, President Kagame stressed that the African Union’s position was against the ICC, stating that the continent’s leaders were victims of its biased justice.
“We have also talked about the International Criminal Court and I can say our opposition has been very clear,” President Kagame emphasised.