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Friday, 14 December 2018

Pre-Transitional Committee in Juba to Meet in Khartoum

Khartoum - The Committee of the pre-transitional period in South Sudan will hold its first meeting in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum from 14 to 15 October.
IGAD Special envoy to South Sudan said, in a press statement, that the committee will hold its first meeting to agree on the procedures and activities related to the pre-transition period after the formation of the committee and the adoption of names.
For his part, the head of the committee, Tut Galwak confirmed the convening of the meetings of the committee on schedule in Khartoum, mid-October.
The committee was formed by President Salva Kiir, headed by his security adviser Tut Galwak, two armed opposition and a coalition of opposition forces, where the Committee's mandate is to monitor and implement pre-transition activities.
On the other hand, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of South Sudan said that President Silva Kiir presented an official invitation to the heads of state of IGAD to participate in the peace celebrations at the end of October in Juba, noting that the invitation of President Salva Kiir comes during his speech at the forum on peace and security in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he briefed the forum on developments in the political situation in South Sudan on the implementation of the agreement on the settlement of the conflict, noting that Kiir renewed the call to the international community to support the peace agreement.