Khartoum 22/09/2022 – The Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council, Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, received yesterday a group of Sudanese children in the framework of the celebration of the International Day of Peace, which falls on the twenty-first of this September.
During his speech to the students of Sudan, Dagalo praised the initiative to celebrate the International Day of Peace, describing the move as stimulating and positive, which pushes towards instilling a culture of peace and peaceful coexistence in future generations, stressing that the country needs community peace and the rejection of the discourse of regionalism and racism.
Dagalo sent his greetings on this occasion to all the children of the world and Sudan, especially the displaced, refugees, the homeless, and the people who lost their bonds. He said that the children are not at fault in the situation of the country, pledging to provide everything that would ensure a safe and stable future for children to enjoy health and education.
Dagalo appealed to all Sudanese, military, civilians, and politicians, to work on extending bridges of tolerance for the renaissance of the country, calling on the leaders of the non-signatory movements to join the path of peace.
Dagalo secured a proposal submitted by the students of Sudan, to include the subject of national education in the school curricula at the basic and secondary levels to educate generations on the love of the homeland and uphold the values of patriotism.
For their part, the students valued the efforts of the Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, in achieving peace and maintaining stability and security in the country, stressing their permanent support for peace and standing against war and tribalism.
The students invited the Vice-President of the Sovereignty Council to sponsor the Peace Festival, which they proposed to hold annually, in addition to adopting the “Know Your Country” project to introduce students to their country through the exchange of visits between states, calling for the declaration of the twenty-first of September as an official holiday each year, to perpetuate the meanings and values of peace.