Peace Agreement Sudan

At least 48 people have been killed and many others injured in ethnic violence in Darfur. The violence comes less than a week after a peace deal between the government and rebel groups in the troubled region. “We are determined not to bring this country back to the time of war; We should all be on the road to peace. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok put it this way: “This is a Sudanese peace that is concluded on our own and by its own means,” and “this is not a paper agreement, but a living body that, of all of us, needs care, attention and political will.” If the Juba peace agreement is properly implemented, the Juba Peace Agreement is an important first step towards creating a “new Sudan” based on peace, equal citizenship and social justice. The main test of whether Sudan can finally reverse the trend is whether signatory movements and other revolutionary forces can unite to give the victims of the Sudanese conflicts the peace dividend and support inclusion instead of tribalism and narrow political affiliation; If the remaining armed movements are ready to enter into serious negotiations for a comprehensive peace; and if Sudan now receives the support and attention it deserves from the international community. Of course, Sudan has already gone too far to pass up this historic opportunity. Sudan`s interim government and several rebel groups have signed a peace agreement aimed at resolving years of wars that have left hundreds of thousands dead and millions displaced in different parts of the country. On Saturday, October 3, 2020, in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a series of armed movements was signed to resolve decades of conflict in Darfur, South Kordofan and South Blue Nile, resulting in the displacement of millions of people and the deaths of hundreds of thousands of sponsors. , in particular the United Arab Emirates. “This agreement will focus on democracy, the economy and livelihoods. We will end the wars in Sudan, and that will mean regional and international peace. Kiir also thanked the international community for its “support and encouragement” in mediating the agreement and stressed that “our work is not done and we will not relax until we achieve our aspirations for a peaceful region.” He warned the outside world that Sudan “needs its help and help.” “Today we have reached a peace agreement.