El-Fasher, Sep.28(SUNA)-The Wali of the North Darfur State, Nimir Abdul-Rahman has underscored Sudan’s commitment to pressing ahead with promotion balues of peace, democracy, human rights and respect of sovereignty of people.
Nimr said at the celebration, which was organized by the Nations Organization for Building and Rehabilitation in collaboration with the Practical Action Organization at the Asmarat Hotel in El Fasher on the occasion of the International Peace Day , which coincides on September 21 each year, that the Sudanese political forces are working hard to move forward in their revolutionary path to sustain peace as a social value and highlighting its various advantages to be a basis for construction and development, stressing the importance of focusing on managing cultural diversity among the people of the one country to be based on mutual respect.
He acknowledged that Sudan is currently going through a critical stage in which it needs international support , noting that this represents an important matter at the present time, but the Wali of North Darfur stressed that there is no return to war or any military coup or the singling political party to rule the country.
Nimir asserted that the people have made up their minds and made their way towards democracy and the peaceful transfer of power in a state of citizenship, peace and freedom.
The UNHCR-Country Director and the representative of the UNITAMS in North Darfur stressed the importance of building societal peace and peaceful coexistence for all societal components.
It is to be noted that the celebration of the International Peace Day, which was attended by representatives of the local communities of the Wadi El-Ku project, including shepherds and farmers, representatives of the UN agencies operating in the state, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and UNITAMS, was addressed by the Director of the Nations Organization for Construction and Development and the Director of the Wadi El-Ku project who reviewed activities and programs implemented by the project which aims to build peace in the targeted communities
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