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The Sudanese Sovereignty Council affirms its keenness to complete the peace process

A member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Mohamed Hassan Al-Taishi, affirmed the government’s keenness to complete the peace process by reaching an agreement with the “North People’s Movement led by Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu,” and the establishment of the System of Governance Conference in a way that enhances the process of stability and peace in Sudan.

Today, Tuesday, Al-Taayshi met with the delegation of the Troika mission, which includes the envoys of the United States, Ambassador Donald Booth, the United Kingdom, Ambassador Bob Fairweather, and the Kingdom of Norway, Andrei Stansen.

During the meeting, the member of the Sovereignty Council was briefed on the results of the delegation’s visit to Kauda area in South Kordofan (Southern Republic of Sudan), and their meetings with Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu and the Liberation Council of the People’s Movement, and consultation with the leaders of the region in order to maintain the prevailing positive atmosphere for the peace negotiations hosted by Juba. Facilitating the next round, especially with regard to issues of contention between the government and the SPLM.

Al-Taishi explained, in a press statement, that the meeting aimed to confirm the continued support of the Troika countries for the efforts of the transitional government, with regard to the implementation of the Juba Agreement for the Peace of Sudan and the completion of the peace process by reaching an agreement with the SPLM led by El-Hilu.

He added that the meeting dealt with the difficulties facing the implementation of the peace agreement, especially the security arrangements and the formation of mechanisms for implementing the agreement, as well as the efforts to establish the Conference of the Governance System due to its importance and the desire of the troika countries to support those efforts.