SUDAN WORKING WITH OTHER COUNTRIES TO ACHIEVE PEACE IN SOUTH SUDAN
AL-RADOM, SUDAN, -- Sudanese Vice-President Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman says efforts are being exerted by Sudan with other neighbouring countries to help realize stability in South Sudan, which became the world's youngest nation when it became independent from Sudan in July 2011.
Addressing a mass rally in Al-Radom in Sudan's South Darfur State, on Monday, Hassabo called on the people of South Sudan to accept each other in order to resolve the problems in their country.
He referred to the experiment of the people of Sudan for realizing accord and peaceful co-existence via a process referred to as the National Dialogue.
The vice-president reiterated the Presidency's commitment to implement the National Dialogue's outcome, indicating that the Sudanese Parliament will complete the necessary legislative amendments by the end of December.
He said that a national committee will be formed for implementing the recommendations of the National Dialogue and another committee for formulating the Constitution.
Hassabo affirmed the keenness of the Presidency to realize development in the rural areas and to strengthen relations between the leaders and the people.
Source: Nam News Network