Sudanese Peace Agreement

After a three-hour meeting, negotiated by a South Sudanese mediation team, Amar Daldoum, on behalf of SPLM-N (al-Hilu) and Shams al-Din Khabbashi on behalf of the Sovereignty Council, they signed an agreement on political, security and humanitarian procedures on behalf of the Sovereignty Council. The agreement was co-signed by the president of the mediation team, Tut Galwak. The SPLM-N (al-Hilu) and the Sovereignty Council planned to develop a declaration of principle to organize the continuation of the peace process and present their political vision. [7] Kiir also thanked the international community for its „support and encouragement“ in mediating the agreement and stressed that „our work is not done and we will not relax until we achieve our aspirations for a peaceful region.“ He warned the outside world that Sudan „needs its help and help.“ On 17 August 2020, Khalid Abdin for the government and Ahmed el-Omda for SPLM-N (Agar) signed a security agreement for the two areas, which included the integration of Sudan Revolutionary Front forces into the Sudanese armed forces. [17] Negotiations on political issues continued in the days that followed. [34] The leader of one of the factions that signed the joint peace agreement, Arko Minawi, stressed that this was a step in the right direction. „This agreement will focus on democracy, the economy and livelihoods. We will end the wars in Sudan, and that will mean regional and international peace. The signatory parties must now strive to implement the provisions of these agreements as quickly as possible in order to achieve lasting peace in all regions of the country and to promote reconciliation among all the peoples of Sudan. The guarantors of the agreement of Chad, Qatar, Egypt, the African Union, the European Union and the United Nations also welcomed the agreement. Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo signed the document on behalf of the Sudanese government [Akuot Chol / AFP] Two powerful rebel groups – but the Darfur-based faction of the Sudan Liberation Movement (MLS), led by Abdelwahid Mohamed al-Nour, and the People`s Liberation Movement of North Sudan (SPLM-N) led by Abdelaziz al-Hilu have not signed the challenges. On 28 December, four representatives from Darfur and Khabbashi signed a framework agreement on the Darfur road, which includes issues such as power-sharing, wealth sharing, transitional justice and the Darfur-Darfur dialogue.

[13] On 31 December, the SRF suspended talks on the Darfur road as part of the fighting that left 708 people dead and injured in el-Geneina. [29] A FFC delegation visiting the region attributed the conflict to the „deep state“ and the victims attributed it to „janjaweed“ and „militant shepherds in Rapid Support Forces vehicles“. [30] Hiba Morgan of Al Jazeera, which reported on the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, said that the document signed in Juba was referred to as the „final agreement“, but that the absence of the two key groups meant that the agreement was incomplete. CAIRO – Leaders of Sudan`s interim government and a number of rebel groups signed a peace agreement Saturday in Juba, South Sudan`s capital, that observers hope will end nearly two decades of conflict in war-torn areas, including Darfur. On 25 March, Sudanese Defence Minister Gamal al-Din Omar died of a heart attack in Juba after peace talks with rebel groups. Peace talks following al-Din Omar`s death resumed on 2 April. „Today we have reached a peace agreement. We`re happy. We have completed the mission,“ said Tut Gatluak, head of south Sudan`s mediation team, shortly before the signing of the agreement, which was reached a year after the start of peace talks.

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