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Tuesday, 05 February 2019 09:43

UN Calls to Implement CAR Peace Agreement

SMC- “Let’s move to support the implementation of the peace agreement,” said Jean-Pierre Lacroix, UN Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations, on Twitter following the conclusion of the Central African Republic (CAR) peace process in Khartoum.
The African Union’s Commissioner for Peace and Security, Ismail Chergui has urged all CAR citizens to support this agreement, which will enable them to embark on the path of reconciliation and development.
In the same context, Sudanese mediation official in the Central African negotiations, Ambassador Atta Mannan Bakhit said that the negotiating parties believe on the African Union initiative and the Sudanese mediation, which contributed to the success of the negotiation process, where the Bangui government and the armed factions affirmed that Sudan has become a reference to peace and stability on the African continent .
Speaking to SMC, Ambassador Bakhit said that the negotiating parties desire to achieve peace have contributed significantly to the success of the negotiations in a short time.
For their part, a number of CAR’ leaders of the government and the armed factions have expressed their readiness to sign the initials and work for establishing security and peace in their country.
A peace accord between the CAR’ government and 14 armed groups will be initialed in Khartoum on Tuesday, and signed in full at a later date, the government in Sudan, which hosted the peace talks, announced.
UN Calls to Implement CAR Peace Agreement
SMC- “Let’s move to support the implementation of the peace agreement,” said Jean-Pierre Lacroix, UN Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations, on Twitter following the conclusion of the Central African Republic (CAR) peace process in Khartoum.
The African Union’s Commissioner for Peace and Security, Ismail Chergui has urged all CAR citizens to support this agreement, which will enable them to embark on the path of reconciliation and development.
In the same context, Sudanese mediation official in the Central African negotiations, Ambassador Atta Mannan Bakhit said that the negotiating parties believe on the African Union initiative and the Sudanese mediation, which contributed to the success of the negotiation process, where the Bangui government and the armed factions affirmed that Sudan has become a reference to peace and stability on the African continent .
Speaking to SMC, Ambassador Bakhit said that the negotiating parties desire to achieve peace have contributed significantly to the success of the negotiations in a short time.
For their part, a number of CAR’ leaders of the government and the armed factions have expressed their readiness to sign the initials and work for establishing security and peace in their country.
A peace accord between the CAR’ government and 14 armed groups will be initialed in Khartoum on Tuesday, and signed in full at a later date, the government in Sudan, which hosted the peace talks, announced.