Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk has reiterated the government’s commitment to implement Juba Peace Agreement and to work for expanding the base of the signatories by joining Abdel Wahid Nur and Abdel Aziz Al-Hilo factions.
In his speech after inspecting the Ministry of Interior units and addressing the leaders of the police units at the Police Club today, he stressed the need for the police forces to play their role in protecting civilians, especially in Darfur state, in order to fill the security vacuum that may result after the departure of UNAMID.
He said the transitional period is moving forward despite, the difficulties facing it, calling for maintaining of the partnership between the military and civilian components to protect the country.
The Prime Minister, has lauded role of police in heightening principles of the glorious December Revolution, protecting the citizens security and prevailing the social peace. He added during his inspection visit to the Interior Ministry Monday , that the police forces are carrying out a huge work and important for the state and the society unkown for the ordinary people and that it is necessary for the media to display that
He emphasized that Sudan’s openness and its return to e international community would bring huge international support , pointing out that the police share from that support would be big one so that they gain privileges that they have been deprived from them during the defunct regime and that opportunities of training and qualifying of its personnel in outside the country so as that the police be able to carry out its full tasks with high efficiency.