Hamdouk Affirms Sudan Keenness to Realize Peace in South Sudan

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Hamdouk Affirms Sudan Keenness to Realize Peace in South Sudan

The Prime Minister and chairman of the current session of IGAD, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, has affirmed keenness of the transitional government to help realizing peace in South Sudan State.

This was affirmed by Dr. Hamdouk during his meeting Tuesday in his office with a delegation of South Sudan Churches' Council, which was headed by Archbishop Almangilo Wani Leme.

Archbishop Leme said in a press statement that they congratulated Dr. Hamdouk on his selection as the Prime Minister for the transitional government in Sudan.

He indicated that the meeting has touched on outcome of the talks on peace in South Sudan, which were held lately on the sidelines of the 33rd African Union Summit in Addis Ababa.

He affirmed that stability in South Sudan is necessary to guarantee stability in Sudan, appreciating the role of IGAD for achieving peace in South Sudan State.

He wished that the Sudanese people hopes and aspirations will be achieved during the transitional period.