UAE participates in the Sudanese peace agreement signing ceremony

Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei. He is a member of the Cabinet and Minister of Energy and Infrastructure. He led the UAE delegation to sign the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and armed Sudanese groups in Juba.

Sudan Peace Agreement is a huge step

Speaking at the ceremony, Al Mazrouei emphasized the support of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, for an agreement that, he said, would encourage peace and stability and bring an end to tensions and conflicts in Sudan’s brotherly state.

He expressed his appreciation to the President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, and to Tut Qalwak, the counselor to the President of South Sudan, who is also the head of negotiations, for their contributions to this “historic agreement.”

The Signing Ceremony

The delegations involved in the signing ceremony commended the efforts and role of the UAE in encouraging the Sudanese parties to reach an agreement at an earlier stage. This is to ensure their country’s stability.

UAE and Sudan have always had great relations. Now this relation is stronger than it has even been. Certainly, Sudan is on the right path in the peace process and we are glad to see the UAE help in that.

Sudan is going towards peace

On Saturday, Sudan’s government and rebel leaders met to march, sing and dance. As they prepared to sign a historic peace agreement aimed at ending decades of conflict. Conflicts in which hundreds of thousands were killed.

It is expected that ministers and government officials from neighboring countries. As well as from Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia will attend the ceremony in the capital of neighboring South Sudan, Juba.

“Mini Arko Minawi, chief of the Sudan Liberation Movement, which is one of the parties to the agreement, said. “This signing of the agreement today is a historic day for Sudan and South Sudan. It means an end to the misery of many Sudanese people in various parts of Sudan and outside Sudan.

“One problem is also the volatile political condition. But I am sure we can achieve the peace we want … patience is required,” he said.

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