The “trio” of Sudan and South Sudan, comprising the United Kingdom, Norway and the United States, welcomed the efforts of Sudanese Prime Minister Dr. Abdallah Hamdok to achieve the goals of the revolution.
The “Troika” delegation said in a statement on Thursday that it was visiting Sudan following the International Monetary Fund’s announcement that recent economic reforms in Sudan had led to the dissolution of the World Bank. The African Development Bank and the International Monetary Fund have opened the door to billions of dollars in new funding to improve the living standards of Sudanese.
The report notes that the ambassadors of the United Kingdom, the United States and Norway, Robert Forever, Donald Booth and Andrei Stanson met with Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdock, the head of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and others, respectively. They welcomed the Prime Minister’s new initiative and welcomed the Government’s key figures and the possibility of implementing the initiative, and in particular welcomed the Sudanese Government’s commitment to hand over references to the hack by the International Criminal Court.
The report points out that the “trilateral” countries have agreed to continue their role as witnesses and guarantors of the Juba peace agreement, as they discussed important steps to follow in implementing the agreement, including the creation of a joint force to protect civilians. In Darfur, the creation of an independent and reliable monitoring and evaluation mechanism and the formation of an assembly committee. Intermediate.
Earlier, the delegation visited the city of Gouda in southern Cordoban (southern Republic of Sudan) and met with the “Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – Abdel Aziz al-Hilu-led northern department” to discuss the resumption of peace talks with him. basically.
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