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The delegations of the government and the SPLM-North Wing Aqar reached a complete agreement on the clause of merging the forces in the file of the security arrangements for the two regions

Translated by Ahmed Hussain
Juba 16_8-2020 AD

The two government delegations headed by Major General Yassin Ibrahim Yassin, Minister of Defense and the Popular Movement – North Wing of Aqar, headed by Professor Yasser Arman, during the session of talks that took place this evening at the Primid Hotel in Juba, reached a complete agreement on the clause of merging the forces in the security arrangements file, the path of the two areas.

Dr. Dhu Mutouk, a member of the Southern Mediation Team, said in a press statement that the delegations of the government and the SPLM-North Wing Aqar reached a complete agreement on the issue of integrating the forces, adding that there was nothing left in the security arrangements file the path of the two regions except for the issue of mechanisms for developing and modernizing the armed forces and security agencies, pointing out that There are good and constructive visions and ideas on the table for negotiation in this regard. D. Mutouk hopes that the two parties will reach a complete agreement on the security arrangements file within the next few hours.

Concerning the negotiation of the security arrangements file, the Darfur track, he said that the mediation team is working to unify the different negotiating papers and positions in one paper, indicating that this paper has become ready and will be received by the mediation committee tomorrow in order to start negotiating about it. . It is assured that the arrival of the presidential delegation tomorrow, led by the First Vice President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, in addition to the presence and participation of a delegation of the security arrangements file headed by Major General Yassin Ibrahim Yass, Minister of Defense. Initials on the Comprehensive Peace Agreement soon.

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