Dagalo Announces Security Measures to Secure Cities and Impose the Prestige of the State
Al-Geneina – 06/22/2022 — The Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, discussed the overall issues and challenges facing the peace process and solving tribal problems in West Darfur.
His Excellency listened to a detailed report during his meeting with the parties to the peace process today in the secretariat of the government of West Darfur State, in the presence of the two Sovereignty members, Dr. Al-Hadi Idris and Professor Al-Taher Abu Bakr Hajar, on the parties’ efforts with the state government, its security committee and the indigenous administrations, to put an end to the tribal conflicts and disputes that have been recurring Between technical and other localities of the state.
The meeting secured the formation of joint committees comprising the parties to the peace process and the security services, to coordinate and work together in building peace, reconciliation, and peaceful coexistence and to assist in stability and voluntary return.
The Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, announced the adoption of tight security measures to secure cities, impose the prestige of the state, and work to achieve stability in societies.
For his part, Mr. Taher Abu Bakr Hajar, a member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, stressed the importance of coordination between the parties to the peace process and the security services, calling for the initiation of initiatives and projects that contribute to the convergence of views between the conflicting tribes, working to build community peace and preaching peace in Juba.
In the same context, Dr. Al-Hadi Idris, a member of the Transitional Sovereign Council, affirmed the determination of the parties to the peace process to implement the Juba Agreement, pointing to moving toward serious steps to implement the security arrangements clause, noting the importance of cooperation between the offices of the movements signed with the state government led by General Khamis Abdullah Abkar.
For his part, Said Mohamed, the Political Secretary of the Sudanese Alliance, said that we, the parties to the peace process, discussed in our meeting today with the Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Hamdan and his accompanying delegation, many problems and the security and humanitarian conditions in the state, and he was frank and clear with us, and we will be with his heart and soul to find a solution to those issues.
Saeed expressed his hope that decisive decisions will be taken to end these conflicts, by extending the prestige of the state, and protecting citizens and the agricultural season.
In addition, Ahmed Makin, Representative of the Sudan Liberation Movement Minawi Branch, confirmed that the meeting developed solutions that would overcome conflicts in the state.
In the same context, El-Tayeb Zakaria Abdel Rahman, the peace coordinator in West Darfur state, said: “We discussed all the challenges that the state suffered, especially the dire humanitarian situation, and we agreed with the representative to help solve it through peace and reconciliation initiatives. Adding, “the presence of the Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council in the state added a lot to us, and he is a man of righteousness and peace, and we will implement all his directions, and that it will see the light soon.”