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The government and the rebels sign a peace agreement to end the nearly two-decade conflict in Sudan

The Sudanese interim government this Monday in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, signed a peace agreement with the Revolutionary Front of Sudan (SRF), the alliance that brings together the main rebel groups in Darfur and South Kordofan and Blue Nile, which is trying to defeat more than 17 End years of conflict in the country.

On behalf of the Sudanese government, the Vice President of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, signed, while representatives of the Movement for Justice and Equality (JEM) and Sudanese Liberation Movement (SLM) rebels have signed, among others, according to the state news agency SUNA .

The President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, has also signed the eight protocols agreed between the parties in his capacity as mediator in this peace process that began almost a year ago.

The government and the rebels sign a peace agreement to end the nearly two-decade conflict in Sudan
The government and the rebels sign a peace agreement to end the nearly two-decade conflict in Sudan

Various protocols were already signed during the weekend, covering aspects such as security, distribution of power and wealth distribution, compensation and rehabilitation, displaced persons and refugees or accountability and reconciliation. .

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