Hamdouk: Search for Peace is Priority, and Reaching is Duty


Hamdouk: Search for Peace is Priority, and Reaching is Duty

The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, Wednesday addressed the opening sitting of the negotiations between the transitional period government and the People’s Liberation Movement – North, Abdul-Aziz Al-Hillo Faction, at the Freedom Hall in Juba, the capital of South Sudan State.

He said that the meeting of Wednesday represents a dialogue between the citizens of one nation and a messaged to the world that the Sudanese people are capable of solving their own issues after eruption of the great revolution.

Dr. Hamdouk stressed that the current negotiations between the government and the People’s Movement – North represent an important step in the peace process, stressing that the main goal of the dialogue is the stability and well-being of the Sudanese people, especially in the areas affected by the war.

"The search for peace has remained our priority, and reaching it is a duty," and it is one of the demands of the revolution” he said.

The prime minister renewed call on the leader of the Sudan Liberation Movement, Abdul-Wahid Mohamed Nour, to join the peace process, affirming his readiness to put all issues on the dialogue table so as to carry out a Sudanese-Sudanese dialogue for the benefit of the Sudanese people.