The Sudanese Government Delegation to “Juba Negotiations” Investigates SPLM-N’s Proposal for the Framework Arrangement

The government delegation’s spokesman described the prevailing atmosphere as positive, and that there is considerable optimism that this tour will be decisive.

Khartoum – Juba: Al Taghyeer

The Sudanese government delegation, which leading the negotiations with Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North(SPLM-N), led by Abdalaziz al-Hilu, held intensive meetings to discuss and examine the draft framework arrangement proposal, which received from the mediator and submitted by the SPLM-N.

On Saturday, the government delegation in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, discussed the draft submitted by SPLM-N in preparation for its consideration, and prelude to resumenegotiations.

The Minister of Cabinet Affairs, spokesman for the delegation, Khalid Omer Yousif, said that the delegation met in the presence of all its members and its various committees.

He indicated that they discussed the draft for its consideration, in order to resume negotiations on Monday.

He confirmed the government’s keen to achieve peace and enter into the negotiation process with a sincere and strong will in order to achieve peace and end the war.

The spokesman also described the prevailing atmosphere as positive, and that there is great optimism that this tour will be decisive. And should ultimately culminate in signing the framework arrangement, to be a major step on the way to reaching a comprehensive and sustainable peace agreement with SPLM-N.

On Thursday, in Juba, a direct round of negotiations began between the transitional government in Sudan and SPLM-N led by Abdalaziz al-Hilu.

The government delegation was headed by the member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC), Shams adDin Kabbashi, while Abdalaziz al-Hilu headed the SPLM-Ndelegation.

The current round comes after the signing of the Declaration of Principles, in March, between the head of TSC Abdal Fattah al-Burhan and the head of SPLM-N Abdel-Aziz Al-Hilu.

The two sides expressed their readiness to complete the peace process in Sudan.

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