Darfur Governor meets Kiir on Sudan’s peace deal

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei

President Salva Kiir Mayardit yesterday called on the Juba Peace Agreement Partners to Speed up the implementation of the Peace deal in Sudan.

This came during a meeting between President Kiir with the Sudanese Governor of Darfur State, Mini Arko Minawi.

The meeting was about the matters pertaining to the security, promotion of trade and investment along the borders of the two sisterly Countries.

In a statement seen by No.1 Citizen Daily Newspaper on Presidential Facebook Page, Minawi said that President Kiir called on the Parties to Juba Peace Agreement to review the Timeline of the Agreement to Speed up the Implementation of the Peace deal in Sudan.

Governor Minawi also said their meeting deliberated on issues of security along border corridors between South Sudan and Sudan as well as promotion of trade between Darfur Business community and South Sudan bordering Darfur region.

Speaking after the meeting, the Presidential Advisor on National Security Affairs, Tut Gatluak said the Sudanese official briefed the President about the general political situation in the Sudan especially the status of implementation of the Juba Peace agreement.

However, the meeting also discussed the Status of implementation of Juba Peace Agreement which was signed in the South Sudan’s capital Juba between the Sudan interim government and the opposition movement in Sudan in October 2020. The Agreement is highly complex and covers a wide range of areas, including governance, security and Transitional Justice.

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