The governor of the Darfur, Minni Arko Minawi, estimated that the remaining United Nations and African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) assets are less than 1%.
Minawi stressed the importance of delegating the UNAMID assets to the people of Darfur to benefit from them in providing services.
The Governor of Darfur said that achieving stability in the region is still a challenge for its five states, and that it is the cornerstone towards rebuilding the region.
At the conclusion of the second consultative meeting of Darfur governors in el-Fasher, he called on the federal government to expedite addressing security issues and civil disputes and to move forward with the implementation of the security arrangements protocol.
In addition to concluding reconciliations between the components of society, completing the transitional justice file in a comprehensive manner, and deploying and strengthening the police forces, prosecutors, and courts.
The governor called for holding a joint meeting for the security committees in the states as soon as possible to discuss security and intelligence.
He also touched on the role of the civil administrations, describing it as significant and important, in addition to its contribution to establishing security in the region.
For his part, the governor of North Darfur, Nimr Muhammad Abdul Rahman, confirmed in a press statement on behalf of the regional governors the determination of the governors to form a joint security force that can contribute to providing security and assistance to citizens.
The governor indicated that the agreement that was made with UNAMID during its final exit arrangements decreed that all assets left behind will be harnessed for the benefit of the region.
He explained that the auction that UNAMID intends to organize is a favorable opportunity for state governors to purchase cars, machinery, and equipment in order to contribute to infrastructure and logistics.