The Council of Ministers chaired by the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdulla Hamdouk heard to a report on the final signing of the peace agreement signed recently, in Juba, between the government and the Armed Struggle Movement
Dr. Hamdouk affirmed the continuation of efforts, during the coming month, for more talks with Commander, Abdul Aziz Al-Hilo who met him in the presence of the President of the Republic of South Sudan, General, Salva Kiir Mayardit.
The ministers, during the meeting called for roadmap to implement the recently signed Peace Agreement.
“The meeting agreed on holding unofficial workshops, during the coming period, to review a number of issues to reach certain declaration to be followed by negotiations” He added.
The Minister of Culture and Information, explained in a press statement that the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Professor Entissar Saghiron, referred to the meetings that took place with her counterpart, the Minister of Higher Education in the State of South Sudan and the Director of Juba University, to discuss the prospects for cooperation, indicating that the Council revewed the efforts of the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Heba Mohamed Ali, and Minister of Labor and Social Development, Professor Lina Al-Sheikh, of the joint discussions with their South Sudan counterparts.
Faisal said that the Council referred to the efforts of the State of South Sudan and the warmth and welcomed the delegation received from the people of South Sudan in the cheer of signing the peace, explaining the need to understand the implications of peace, especially the process of amending laws to fit the next phase, indicating that the Council of Ministers stressed the importance of elaborating details and the roadmap to implement peace agreement, starting with the absorption of the agreement in the constitutional document, to begin developing the implementation matrix