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African leaders arrive in Khartoum to sign peace in the south.

African leaders arrive in Khartoum to sign peace in the south.

Khartoum – Sunday, 05 August 2018  –  Sudan’s President Silva Kiir Mayardit and Kenyan President Ohoro Kenyatta arrived in Khartoum on Sunday for talks with South African leaders and African Union officials.

He was received by Salva Kiir and Kenyatta, Khartoum airport, President of the Republic Marshal Omar al-Bashir, and also received the Minister of the Presidency Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khairi.

On Saturday, Khartoum also received Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister Demik Mikonen and the Ugandan defense minister.

Bashir led efforts to mediate between the teams of South Sudan, where he is sponsoring the peace process on the basis of a mandate from the extraordinary IGAD summit in the twenty-first of last June, where he was assigned to lead the initiative and a second round of direct negotiations between the President of the State of Southern Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit and rebel leader in the south Dr. Riek Machar, on the outstanding issues of governance and security arrangements.

Foreign Minister Dardari Mohammad Ahmed said on Saturday that Sudan has no hidden agenda on the agreement of the southern Sudan to be signed on Sunday in Khartoum, and pointed out that there are guarantees for its implementation on the division of power and security arrangements, the people of southern Sudan and the countries of the region.


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