Sudanese Peace Agreement

He said that there was no development without peace and peace without just and equitable development, all of which would contribute to democracy. He added that the country was waiting for the two rebel leaders who did not sign the agreement – Abdel Aziz Helou and Abdel Wahad Nour – to join it. The timetable for implementation is attached to the document, accompanied by additional agreements, of which France welcomes the signing of the peace agreements between the Transitional Government of Sudan and the armed movements on 3 October in Juba. These agreements are an essential first step towards the restoration of peace in Darfur and in the two regions of South Kordofan and Blue Nile, after many years of deadly conflicts. The transitional government and various rebel groups reach an agreement a year after peace talks began in Juba, but two key groups are not part of it. On 24 Hemetti, on behalf of the Sovereignist Council, and Ahmed El Omda Badi, on behalf of SPLM-N (Agar), signed political and security agreements[16] which constitute a framework agreement. [15] The agreements grant legislative autonomy to South Kordofan and Blue Nile. propose solutions for the sharing of land and other resources; and aim to bring together all militiamen and government soldiers into a single, unified Sudanese military body. [16] Peace negotiations were divided in parallel in five geographical regions:[1] The leader of one of the signatory factions of the joint peace agreement, Arko Minawi, stressed that this was a step in the right direction.

On Saturday 3 Juba, the capital of South Sudan, witnessed the signing of the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a series of armed movements to resolve decades of conflict in Darfur, South Kordofan and South Blue Nile, which have resulted in the displacement of millions of people and the deaths of hundreds of thousands, with the participation of many sponsors. especially the United Arab Emirates. A first round of negotiations was held in Juba in mid-September. [4] [5] [6] In the October 2019 second round, agreements on the two-zone line between the government and the Sudan People`s Liberation Movement (al-Hilu) (SPLM-N (al-Hilu) were signed on October 18 [7] and on the trajectory of Darfur between the government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF). [8] The third round began in mid-December on the eastern line of Sudan,[1] of the Two Areas line with the SPLM-N (Agar), [1] and the Darfur line. [9] This agreement between the Sudanese government and the Eastern Sudan Front includes four chapters that deal with: two other established rebel groups have not signed, reflecting the challenges facing the peace process. . . .