• Ruto said they will work towards expanding the nations' mutual cooperation for the mutual benefits of their citizens.
• Kagame will be among the leaders who will attend Ruto's inauguration on Tuesday.
President-elect William Ruto on Monday met with Rwanda President Paul Kagame at his Karen Office in Nairobi.
Kagame is the first sitting President to visit Ruto since he was declared the 5th President-elect of Kenya.
In a statement, Ruto said they will work towards expanding the nations' mutual cooperation for the mutual benefit of their citizens.
"Kenya and Rwanda have a long-established relationship based not just on geography but mutual interests and long-standing partnerships on economic and security issues," he added.
Kagame will be among the leaders who will attend Ruto's inauguration on Tuesday.
The swearing-in ceremony will take place at Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani.
All presidents from the East African Community are expected to attend the swearing-in ceremony at the 60,000-seat stadium.
At least 17 presidents, eight prime ministers and deputy presidents and seven foreign ministers have also confirmed attendance.
The 2,500 VIPs expected include nine special envoys, seven international organizations and one former president.