Al-Taayeshi Chairs Meeting of Higher Committee for Implementation of Peace Agreement – Darfur Track
Khartoum, July 10 (SUNA) – Member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Mohamed Hassan Al-Taayeshi, chaired Saturday at the Republican Palace a meeting of the joint higher committee for following up and monitoring the implementation of the peace agreement – Darfur track, in the presence of the senior negotiators of the track and leaders of the armed struggle movements.
The committee’s spokesman, Ahmed Tugod, said in a press statement that the meeting reviewed a number of important issues relating to the implementation of the agreement, such as the organizational and administrative structures of the implementation mechanisms, pointing to the formation of a committee to prepare these administrative and organizational structures for the mechanisms for implementing the track’s agreement.
He indicated that the meeting also discussed reports related to these mechanisms, and recommended holding a joint meeting of the heads of the political organizations that signed the Juba agreement and the Supreme National Committee to follow up the implementation of Juba Peace Agreement, to be headed by the First Vice – President of the Sovereignty Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, in order to resolve issues relating to the mechanisms of Darfur track.
Tugod stated that the meeting discussed the formation of mechanisms for implementing the security arrangements clause and the decisions issued by the President of the Sovereignty Council, General Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, in this aspect, and heard a comprehensive briefing on the implementation process of this clause.
According to Tugod, the meeting recommended formation of a committee that included the parties to the peace process for selecting representatives of stake-holders for Central Darfur state.
He said that the meeting recommended expediting the signing of the Peace Commission Act which was approved by the two councils, to contribute much for formation of the mechanisms related to implementation of the agreement.
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