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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Britain Confirms Support for Mbeki to Achieve Peace in Sudan

Khartoum - British Ambassador to Khartoum, Michael Aaron announced his country's keenness to complete the file of peace and stability in Sudan, stressing its support for the efforts undertaken by the joint mediator Thabo Mbeki to persuade the parties to ensure the success of the road map to achieve sustainable peace in Sudan.
In a statement for to Al-Sharouq TV, on the sidelines of the visit of the British government delegation to South Darfur State, which included the Undersecretary of the British Foreign Office and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Development and International Cooperation, and a number of humanitarian organizations, Aaron expressed optimism for progress in the peace process in the coming days as a result of the exerted efforts.
He explained that their visit to South Darfur comes to know the situation there, and the efforts of the state government in the past and the possibility of the contribution of the United Kingdom in enforcing plans of peace and stability in the state, noting that the delegation stood on models of service projects carried out in the state during the last period.
Governor of South Darfur, Adam Al-Faki stressed the importance of the visit to support the state plans tin achieving peace and provide services to the areas of the voluntary return.
  He said that the delegation acquainted on the efforts made by his government in the field of tribal reconciliation and the achievement of social coexistence.