Security Council urges Partners to make Democratic Transition in Sudan Successful

Brown Land- New York

Members of the Security Council stressed on the importance for the transitional government to work with partners to address recent conflicts in West Darfur in a Tuesday session devoted to discussing the situation in Sudan.

The council saw that the partners must work in helping Sudan out of the economic crisis, provide necessary support, and work for the success of the democratic transition in the country.

The council members called on the transitional government to work on protecting civilians and ensuring the safe exit of UNAMID forces from the Darfur region, assuming responsibility for protecting civilians and ensuring their safety, as well as achieving justice, security, and stability.

They also called on the transitional government to work on implementing security arrangements, being one of the provisions of the peace agreement signed between the transitional government and the armed struggle movements in Juba recently.

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