Hamdok returns home and calls the unsigned struggle forces to catch up the peace march

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Hamdok returns home and calls the unsigned struggle forces to catch up the peace march

he Prime Minister, Dr Abdalla Hamdouk, said  that the signing of peace in Juba  would set up new   Sudanese state and address all grievances  of the past

n press statements Tuesday, Dr Hamdouk expressed pleasure over his return from Juba , explaining that  what has been achieved in the first stage of the peace  was  great historical achievement and that it would put us on the  right track.

He affirmed keenness  top continue march  towards  completing  the remaining peace process.

The Prime Minister indicated that the signing of peace agreement   in Juba emphasizes  the  symbolic of selection of the   city  for the Sudanese peace process and refuted allegations that were skeptic over Juba capability  to host  the negotiations.

 He praised  the role played by  the government of the South Sudan  and its leadership and people  under  the wise leadership of the President  Salva Kiir Mayardit  and the mediation delegation.

 Hamdouk called on  the leader of the SPLM-N Abdul Aziz Al Helo  and  the leader  of Sudan Liberation  Movement (SLM), Abdul- Wahi Nur ,  to join the peace process, affirming that  the government  would work  seriously  to meet them  soon  to achieve the comprehensive peace  for the interest  of the Sudanese people.

Meanwhile, the prime Minister  underscored that  he has been following up   the  floods situation , referring to his confidence  in the people and official efforts  made  at Tuti Island  and  other  flood-affected areas.