Monday, August 31, 2020

South Sudan's Government And The Main Rebel Alliance Have Agreed To A Peace Deal Ending 17 Years Of War

Al Jazeera: Sudan signs peace deal with rebel groups from Darfur

Agreement provides for the dismantling of rebel forces and integration of their fighters into the national army.

South Sudan's government and the main rebel alliance agreed on a peace deal on Monday to end 17 years of conflict.

The Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), a coalition of rebel groups from the western region of Darfur and the southern states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile, signed the peace agreement at a ceremony in Juba, capital of neighbouring South Sudan, which has hosted and helped mediate the long-running talks since late 2019.

The final agreement covers key issues around security, land ownership, transitional justice, power sharing, and the return of people who fled their homes because of war.

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More News On The South Sudan Peace Agreement

Sudan signs peace deal with key rebel groups, some hold out -- Reuters
Sudan reaches historic peace deal with rebel groups -- France 24
South Sudan, rebel alliance reach deal in ongoing peace efforts -- AP
Sudan government agrees to peace deal with five rebel groups -- The Guardian
Sudan signs historic peace deal with 5 rebel groups to end fighting -- UPI
Sudan: Main rebel alliance agrees landmark peace deal with government -- Middle East Eye
Peace deal signed by Sudan & rebel groups after 17 years of conflict -- RT
Sudan: torn apart by decades of war -- AFP


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Anonymous said...

Sudan not south sudan .