UN ENVOY FOR SUDAN-SOUTH SUDAN CALLS ON ASSISTANT TO SUDANESE PRESIDENT
KHARTOUM, The visiting United Nations Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Nicholas Haysom, has called on the Assistant to the Sudanese President, Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid, who affirmed Sudan's firm stance for achieving peace all over the country.
Hamid and the UN envoy discussed during their meeting Wednesday issues of peace at the two areas of Sudan -- Blue Nile and South Kordofan States -- the situation in Darfur in western Sudan and Sudan's relations with South Sudan.
A media statement issued after the meeting said Hamid affirmed Sudan's firm and strategic position to realize inclusive and just peace in Sudan.
He expressed the government's hope that other parties would be serious to achieve security and stability and would avoid tactics for prolonging the period of war and increasing the suffering of the citizens in the two areas.
He referred to the government agreement over proposals which had come through the roadmap, which he described as the basis for any peace process, while affirming the government's commitment to the roadmap.
Meanwhile, Hamid also reiterated Sudan's commitment to support any effort for realizing stability and security in South Sudan. He said South Sudan should implement the nine agreements that it had signed with Sudan in 2012.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK