The First Deputy Chairman of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamdan Diqlo, briefed on the path of implementing the peace agreement for the state of South Sudan, and the final arrangements for signing the comprehensive peace agreement between the government of Sudan and the armed struggle movements.
The head of the delegation of the southern mediation, the security advisor to the President of the State of the South, Tut Qalwak, said in a press statement, following his meeting with the first deputy in his office today, accompanied by a delegation that includes the mediator of the mediation committee, Dr. Dyo Matouk, and the director of the Security Agency Akol Kore, next to the delegation of the armed struggle movements from the Revolutionary Front, which included Ahmed Tugd Lisan of the “Justice and Equality Movement”, Yasser Saeed Arman, “The Popular Movement in the north led by Malik Aqar,” Muhammad Bashir Abu Nimah, “The Sudan Liberation Army Movement”, he presented a further report to the first deputy on the implementation of the peace agreement in the state of South Sudan, considering that Sudan and Uganda are the guarantor and follower states. To implement the agreement according to which the government was formed in South Sudan.
He added that the report included the schedule of implementation of the agreement, especially the republican decrees issued by the President of the State of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, today appointing the governors of the southern states, referring to the formation of state legislative councils a week from now. Tut Qalwak expressed the gratitude of the government and people of the south of the country to the President of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan and his first deputy, Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamdan Diglo, for their role and great efforts that they carried out until the agreement was signed and achieving stability and security, which was a dream for the citizen of South Sudan.
He stressed that, according to the agreement, the first vice-president of the Republic, Dr. Riak Machar is exercising his duties and powers in Juba thanks to this tremendous effort from Sudan.
Qalwak said that he briefed the First Deputy on the files and paths related to the Sudan peace file that were agreed upon and the issues that are still pending, noting that the mediation delegation and the armed struggle movements are visiting Khartoum to discuss the outstanding issues and Cases stressing Juba’s readiness to sign the Comprehensive Peace Agreement as soon as possible.
He said, “Had it not been for the conditions of the Koruna epidemic and the health measures taken by Khartoum and Juba, the two parties would have reached an agreement in the last period.” However, the two sides have resumed indirect negotiations in both Khartoum and Juba, which have resolved many issues and Cases, expressing the hope of the government and people of South Sudan in The parties agree until the circle of achieving stability and peace in the two countries is completed, and all crossings and borders are opened without doubts and problems, and the economy of the two countries flourishes.
The security advisor to the President of the State of the South praised the readiness and the readiness of the struggle movements to resolve all outstanding issues and files in order to reach a just and comprehensive peace agreement and direct the energies of all the people of Sudan to achieve the renaissance, construction and reconstruction.
To that, the spokesperson said, on behalf of the delegation of the negotiating parties of the armed struggle movements, representative of the Justice and Equality Movement, Ahmed Tugod Lisan, “They came from Juba to Khartoum, after long rounds of continuous negotiations that were direct in the presence of the government delegation there, and after the emergence of the Corona pandemic, negotiations remained In an indirect way via video conference, which has resolved many of the issues and files related to the peace process in all tracks. He pointed out that the remaining limited issues require direct sitting and political decision-making by the decision-makers, stressing that their visit to Khartoum demonstrates their complete willingness to reach a peace agreement in the nearest Available time.
He cautioned that there was a skeptical phenomenon of the negotiating parties in Juba, sometimes on the pretext that it does not express the issue correctly and at other times that there are absent parties and that what is happening in Juba does not achieve peace, stressing that the peace process has come a long way, and that these allegations do not reflect the truth, And that their visit to Khartoum is carried out with full authorization and a real will in order to resolve all outstanding issues and files taking into account that any failure or setback will afflict the Sudanese people with frustration and this will greatly affect their future and the current political situation. “For these reasons, we have seen that we move the last days of the peace process to Khartoum and sit with all the parties involved in the peace process and the political decision in the country until a honorable end is reached and at the earliest possible time,” Taqad said.
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