By: Zuleikha Abdul Razeq
Khartoum – The Supreme Peace Council held a meeting here yesterday under the chairmanship of First Lieutenant General Abdul Fattah Al Burhan, Chairman of the Transitional Sovereign Council, and expressed confidence in the agreements signed in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, SUNA reported yesterday.
Mohammed Hassan Al Taayshi, member of the Sovereign Council, Spokesman of the Supreme Peace Council, said, in a press statement, that the meeting directed the need for community and political consultations to take the Sudanese opinion on their perceptions of the comprehensive peace process taking place in the country, as peace is a national matter that concern all.
Al-Taayshi said the meeting called for the continuation of its meetings in order to reach a full perception regarding the arrangements for the next round of negotiations scheduled to start on November 21, adding that the meeting is of special importance as it comes immediately after a successful round of negotiations in Juba, where the Sudanese parties reached significant agreements put the peace process at an advanced stage.
Al-taayshi reiterated the government’s readiness to fulfill its obligations, noting that the council welcomed the delegations of the Revolutionary Front that arrived in Khartoum.