UNSG Hails Sudan Efforts in Achieving Peace in South Sudan and CAR

Al-Sammani Awadallah

Khartoum – Secretary-General of the United Nation, Antonio Guterres hailed Sudan’s efforts in achieving peace in South Sudan and Central Africa Republic (CAR), describing it as a turning point in Africa.
During his talks with the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir on the sidelines of the African Summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, the UN Secretary-General said that Sudan’s efforts are exceptional and deserve commendation, stressing that the support of the United Nations for these efforts during the negotiation, especially regarding CAR, will continue to implement this agreement, stressing that they will make every effort to secure the necessary support for the implementation of the peace agreement in South Sudan, praising the joint efforts of Presidents Al-Bashir and Museveni in supporting this agreement.
Foreign Minister, Dr. Al-Dirdirii Mohamed Ahmed said that the meeting dealt with the most important issues related to security and peace in the region.
On the other hand, the President of the Republic discussed with the President of the Republic of Rwanda, President of the African Union for its last session the possibility of supporting the process of peace and stability in CAR, since Rwanda is the main state of the peacekeeping mission there.
The Foreign Minister said that the meeting discussed the role that the Sudanese and Rwandan sides can play in supporting the presidential forces in CAR in order to be able to carry out their tasks to provide the required security and stability to implement the agreement.
On the other hand, the UN official said that Sudan’s hosting and its contribution to reaching a peace agreement in the countries of South Sudan and CAR will make the continent an example in resolving disputes, expressing the hope that these winds of hope extend to the rest of the world, adding that they will work to see if can move in that way in Libya, adding, “We have seen reconciliation between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the two countries have ended a two-decade cold war,” , pointing to the peaceful elections in Madagascar, saying that all these positive results were achieved by the efforts of UN and African Union and its countries

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