SNBC- Sudan / Final Peace Agreement / Signed Representatives of the Sudanese government and the opposition Revolutionary Front sign the final peace agreement

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Representatives of the Sudanese transitional government and the opposition Revolutionary Front signed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement on Saturday (October 3rd) after months of negotiations in the southern Sudanese capital, Juba.
The signing ceremony was witnessed by the Chairman of the Sudanese Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, presidents of Chad, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Djibouti, representatives of Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Qatar, Egypt, and regional and international organizations.
The head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, renewed during his address the celebration, the determination that, e, there is no return to war and never neutrality through peace. He added: We affirm our keenness to implement what has been reached in all tracks and regions in terms of security arrangements and national and political issues, and indicated that the results of this agreement will be support and support for the government of the transitional period and will inject national spirit, blood and visions that will help achieve a smooth transition towards a state of peace, justice, citizenship and democracy.
Al-Burhan said, “What most establishes the chances of success of this document is that it is backed by the struggle of the Sudanese people.” He also appealed to the brothers Abdul Aziz Al-Hilu and Abdel-Wahid Mohamed Nour to join the ride of peace soon, and indicated his sovereignty to preserve what has been achieved and work to double production and spread the spirit of cooperation and peaceful coexistence to achieve the slogans of the revolution, freedom, peace and justice. This and he said, “This is a great day in the march of Sudan because it achieves the goals of the revolution and its requirements, the most important of which is the peace in which the people of Sudan paid cheap lives to achieve a dream that has been haunting the Sudanese for many years, during which they have suffered devastating wars that caused political, economic and social crises, and their effects still remain, let us all work to erase them in all corners. The country with all determination, will and determination in order to stop the bloodshed and preserve the rights of the Sudanese to live in dignity and honor the generations that fought for the success of the glorious December revolution as they look forward to a bright future that meets their aspirations. Al-Burhan also saluted the efforts of the Sudanese women who had clear and significant contributions and led the process of change and was an active and honorable presence. In all squares. ”
Al-Burhan said that choosing Juba to negotiate came with complete certainty of the competence and ability of the Juba government. And that peace is a method and priority in the path of change, and it is a value and behavior that must be adhered to without interruption, adding that the nations that have progressed and developed have only advanced with peace, and the people of Sudan are people of peace
He also thanked the government and people of the State of South Sudan for its generous hosting of the negotiations, as well as the Mediation Committee for its keenness to succeed and move forward to the desired goals in order to achieve comprehensive peace.

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