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Sudan's Juba Agreement review workshop commences in South Sudan

February 14, 2023

Sudanese officials are in Juba for a workshop to evaluate the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan launched today in Juba, South Sudan.

South Sudan's Presidential advisor on security affairs and chairman of the mediation committee Tut Gatluak is leading the workshop.

Speaking during the opening session, Gatluak emphasized that the government of South Sudan was keen on the stability of Sudan, referring to historic relations between the two countries.

'We aspire to reach a political solution restoring Sudan to its normal position,' he said.

He announced that the upcoming sessions will discuss provisions that have not been implemented saying soon a comprehensive peace agreement will be signed by Khartoum.

A member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC), Gen. Yasser Al-Ata, said the workshop aims to remove obstacles impeding the implementation of the agreement, referring to complications facing the country which, he explained have directly affected the implementation of the agreement.

He called on the parties to work together to overcome these complications.

Al-Ata lauded efforts by South Sudan and the mediation on following up on the implementation of the agreement, expressing hope that the workshop would reactivate mechanisms of implementation.

Representatives from Chad and the United Arab Emirates and members of the Diplomatic Corps are also attending the workshop.


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