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Saturday, 17 November 2018

Khartoum to Host CAR Peace Talks

Khartoum - Sudan announced the start of peace talks in the capital Khartoum between the parties to the conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) in mid-November.
 Foreign Minister, Al-Dirdiri Mohamed Ahmed said the CAR President agreed to the host of the country to negotiations.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chadian President Idris Debby agreed to participate in the opening session of the negotiations, noting that the Sudanese government will invite the heads of state of the central African region to attend the opening session of the negotiations.
During a meeting between the Foreign Minister, Al-Dirdiri Mohamed Ahmed, and the Chadian President in the Chadian capital, N'Djamena, Al-Dirdiri presented an explanation of Sudan's contribution to peace in South Sudan and the success of President Al-Bashir's initiative to reconcile the parties to the conflict there.
In turn, the Chadian President said that the stability of the situation in the Darfur region was reflected positively on the situation in the common border between the two countries and the movement of citizens
The Minister of Foreign Affairs presented an explanation of Sudan's efforts to achieve peace in the Central African Republic within the framework of the African Union initiative and conveyed to President Deby the agreement of CAR President on the launching of the negotiations in Khartoum and presented to him Al-Bashir’s invitation to attend the opening session.
The meeting touched on the internal developments in the country and Sudan's contribution to regional stability and peace.
Al-Dirdiri said that Darfur is witnessing full stability, as evidenced by the start of the withdrawal of UNAMID and the transition from the phase of ending the conflict to the promotion of peace and reconstruction.