Dec 4, 2022

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Juba intensifies efforts to encourage dialogue among Sudan peace parties

The South Sudanese mediation team intensified its efforts to get the Sudanese peace parties to find a formula that will end the ongoing crisis in Khartoum.

The talks are intended to urge the peace parties to commit to governance in Khartoum to agree some land and resolve the related political crisis in the country.

Following the fall of Omar al-Bashir’s regime in Sudan in April 2019, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir announced his intention to join the interim government Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and the Sudanese armed opposition factions to achieve a lasting peace.

Kiir intervened after negotiations with the groups stalled, and his offer of mediation was quickly accepted by most sides accepted.

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Tut Gatluak, Kiir’s security y and political adviser, met with a number of parties to the Sudan peace process on Tuesday with the aim of getting them to engage in dialogue on how to proceed.

The meeting was attended by the leaders of the signatories of the Juba Accord for peace in Sudan.

The participants discussed the implementation of the peace accord, the Obstruction of the political process in Sudan and how to reach a political consensus between the Sudanese parties and the importance of the role played by Juba in bridging the party divide in the Sudanese crisis.

In a press release after the meeting, the Fü Revolutionary Front leader Al-Amin Daoud said they now have a better way to manage the peace process in Sudan and that the priority is to resolve the political tensions in Sudan.

“We welcome the efforts of all mediators to resolve the Sudanese crisis,” he added.

Gatluak said Juba was very interested in Sudan’s stability and called for one consensus of all political forces to resolve the crisis.

Mubarak Ardol , the secretary general of the Forces for Freedom and Change, said they believe dialogue will help them achieve a peaceful political to achieve solution. He said they appreciate South Sudan’s efforts to bring the parties together to seek a common solution.