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Kiir signs declaration of peace

By Kidega Livingstone


President Salva Kiir Mayardit has signed the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).

The document drafted by the International Law Peace Committee under the auspices of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, and Restoration of Light (HWPL) represents a monumental step towards global peace.

Speaking to the state-run SSBC radio and TV during the signing ceremony on Wednesday, Director for African Continent for HWPL, Danny Yeom said President Kiir made a straight move by signing the document.

He said the document was drafted by the Global and Regional Peace Mission Organization.

“It’s the potential for a global and regional conflict framework to be proactive; the endorsement from President Salva Kiir symbolized his dedication and commitment to global and regional peace and his hard work for peace in South Sudan and regional peace,” he added.

President Kiir’s endorsement reflects South Sudan’s commitment to advancing global peace and signifies a significant stride towards a harmonious world, Dany explained.

The Declaration of Peace and Cessation (DPCW), backed by over 922,507 individuals from 178 nations, is hailed as a pioneering legal framework with the potential to prevent future conflicts and resolve existing disputes.

HWPL, renowned for its efforts across 170 nations, is led by Chairman Lee Man-hee, whose mediation in the Philippines’ Mindanao conflict in 2014 earned international acclaim.



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