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Al-Burhan congratulates Sudanese people on first anniversary of peace agreement 

Khartoum, Oct. 3 (SUNA) – President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC) Gen. Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan  has congratulated the Sudanese people on the occasion of the first anniversary of the signing of Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan, affirming that the agreement constituted a historical turning point for Sudan on its path towards sustainable peace, democracy, justice and development.

 Al-Burhan affirmed in a statement he issued today on the occasion full commitment to implementation of the peace agreement with the peace partners signatory to the agreement.

The statement said “on this third day of October of last year 2020, the signing ceremony of the Juba Peace Agreement took place between the Transitional Government of Sudan and the armed struggle movements, to begin the first actual steps to achieve a comprehensive and just peace in all parts of the country.”

Al-Burhan congratulated on this occasion all the Sudanese youth and women, saying that the peace agreement is one of the fruits of their glorious revolution, affirming commitment to realization of the aspirations of the Sudanese people through adherence to the provisions of the constitutional document of a partnership that sponsors and protects the transition until it reaches its desired goals by organizing free and fair elections.

The President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council affirmed commitment to implementing the provisions of the Juba Peace Agreement, calling on Abdelaziz Al-Hilu and Abdul Wahid Mohamed al Nur to join the comprehensive peace process, which does not exclude any component of the Sudanese people.

Al-Burhan expressed thanks to all those who who supported the peace process in Sudan until the signing of the final agreement in Juba, especially President Salva Kiir Mayardit, President of the Republic of South Sudan, for his remarkable role in achieving the agreement, regional and international organizations and all friendly countries.


Source: SUNA

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