CWN.com - It is a first step in helping to end ethnic violence in the African country.
Watch Africa Matter's Sarah Pollack, who has visited the country numerous times, talk more about the situation in Kenya.
Kenya's president and its main opposition leader met recently for the first time since last month's disputed election.
International allies say the Dec. 27 presidential vote tally was rigged. To resolve the issue, leaders are hoping to come up with a power sharing agreement.
Meanwhile, both sides have agreed to set up a judicial commission to investigate the alleged vote rigging.
About 700 people have been killed since the violence began.