Khartoum and Juba agree on a roadmap to end the oil-rich Abyei issue Khartoum and Juba agree on a roadmap to end the oil-rich Abyei issue

Khartoum and Juba agree on a roadmap to end the oil-rich Abyei issue

Khartoum and Juba agree on a roadmap to end the oil-rich Abyei issue  Sudan and South Sudan have agreed on a road map to find a final solution to the issue of the oil-rich Abyei region, which is disputed between Khartoum and Juba.  The delegations of Sudan and South Sudan held a meeting at the Republican Palace yesterday, headed by the Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, and the security advisor to the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Tut Galwak, in the presence of a member of the Sovereign Council, Taher Hajar, and the relevant authorities.  The Undersecretary of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Dafallah Al-Haj Ali, said that the two delegations discussed ways to enhance cooperation between them in order to reach a final solution to the Abyei region, adding that the two sides agreed to activate joint mechanisms in the matter, providing services and creating the appropriate environment to help communities by providing services and development in the region. The meeting emphasized the encouragement of community dialogue and communication between Abyei communities to achieve more confidence-building, and the two sides called on the international and regional community to support them in their efforts towards achieving stability, development and the final solution in Abyei. Al-Hajj Ali indicated that the two countries agreed to hold regular meetings every 3 months to discuss the final solution to the Abyei issue. For his part, a member of the South Sudanese delegation, Luka Biong, said that Sudan and South Sudan agreed on a road map to find the final solution to the Abyei issue by adopting previous references and agreements, indicating that the meeting recognized the need to provide services, stability and security to the people of Abyei as a basic entry point for cooperation and trust between communities to resolve the issue of the region.  Source: agencies

Sudan and South Sudan have agreed on a road map to find a final solution to the issue of the oil-rich Abyei region, which is disputed between Khartoum and Juba.

The delegations of Sudan and South Sudan held a meeting at the Republican Palace yesterday, headed by the Vice-President of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, and the security advisor to the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Tut Galwak, in the presence of a member of the Sovereign Council, Taher Hajar, and the relevant authorities.

The Undersecretary of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Dafallah Al-Haj Ali, said that the two delegations discussed ways to enhance cooperation between them in order to reach a final solution to the Abyei region, adding that the two sides agreed to activate joint mechanisms in the matter, providing services and creating the appropriate environment to help communities by providing services and development in the region.

The meeting emphasized the encouragement of community dialogue and communication between Abyei communities to achieve more confidence-building, and the two sides called on the international and regional community to support them in their efforts towards achieving stability, development and the final solution in Abyei.

Al-Hajj Ali indicated that the two countries agreed to hold regular meetings every 3 months to discuss the final solution to the Abyei issue.

For his part, a member of the South Sudanese delegation, Luka Biong, said that Sudan and South Sudan agreed on a road map to find the final solution to the Abyei issue by adopting previous references and agreements, indicating that the meeting recognized the need to provide services, stability and security to the people of Abyei as a basic entry point for cooperation and trust between communities to resolve the issue of the region.

Source: agencies

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  1. Sudan and South Sudan pave the way for resolving the Abyei dispute, emphasizing cooperation, community dialogue, and international support for stability and development.

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