- The commissioners raised concerns about the recent unrest and violence as well as the destruction of places of worship and private property.
- They said the violence is also damaging economic activity at a time of significant financial challenges.
Embassies and high commissioners in Kenya have raised concerns over the destruction of properties and chaos witnessed in the country as a result of the Azimio La Umoja demonstrations.
In a statement on Wednesday, the commissioners called on leaders to work swiftly towards a resolution.
"We welcome the commitment by the Inspector General of Police to launch an investigation into recent events, including the destruction of private property," the statement read.
"We agree with the Africa Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson in recalling the successful conduct of the general elections in 2022, and the unanimous confirmation of their results by the Supreme Court," the statement read.
The commissioners raised concerns about the recent unrest and violence as well as the destruction of places of worship and private property.
They said the violence is also damaging economic activity at a time of significant financial challenges.
The commissioners said they recognise the right to peaceful protest under Kenya's Constitution.
They said all actors have a responsibility to adhere to the principles of democracy, freedom and the rule of law.
According to the commissioners, Kenya has rightfully earned a reputation as an anchor of stability, security and democracy in Africa and beyond.
The statement was issued by Ambassadors and High Commissioners from Australia, Canada, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, The United Kingdom, and The United States.