First Vice-President of the Sovereign Council meets the Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations

Staff Writer

The First Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, met today with the Under-Secretary-General for Politics and Peacebuilding Affairs, Ms. Rose Marie DiCarlo, in the presence of the Head of UNITAMS Mission, Mr. Volker Peretz.

The First Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council praised the efforts of the United Nations and the United Nations Mission in helping Sudan to implement the goals and tasks of the transitional period, expressing his hope that this effort would continue to reach a democratic transition at the end of the transitional period.

The representative gave a full explanation of the progress of the implementation of the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan, including the implementation of the security arrangements clause, stressing that the state pays increasing attention to the return of displaced persons and refugees to their areas, noting that the transitional government has a comprehensive vision in securing the return of the displaced and providing them with basic services, calling on the United Nations The United Nations to assist Sudan in implementing programs for the return of displaced persons.

Ms. Rose Marie DiCarlo said that the purpose of her visit to Sudan is to closely monitor the progress of the transition process in Sudan, as well as the implementation of the Juba Agreement for Sudan Peace. She referred to the progress made in the democratic transition process, as well as the implementation of the peace agreement, and stressed that Sudan is a priority of the United Nations and the Secretary-General, and announced that the United Nations will work alongside the military and civilian components to make the transitional period a success, and expressed the readiness of the international organization to support and complete the implementation of the peace agreement with the non-signatories. Ms. Rose Marie welcomed the decisions of the transitional government to form mechanisms to monitor the ceasefire in Darfur.

Back to top button