Khartoum- The Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Commission has announced that its plan for the year 2018 targets demobilization of 6000 former
combatants and reintegration of more than 9,000 from the armed movements, the Armed Forces and People’s Defense Forces.
The DDR Commissioner, Lt. Gen. Salah Al-Tayeb Awad, affirmed that the plan of the commission ends by the year 2020, targeting demobilization and reintegration of more than 40000 of former combatants, affirming presence of the political will in this connection.
This came during a celebration for honoring the commission organized by members of the Legislative Council in Central Darfur State in the presence of Chairman of Peace, Security and Reconciliations Committee at the Council of States Brig. Mohamed Al Bashi,r for projects implemented by the commission in Zalengai.
The DDR Commissioner affirmed that the commission endeavors to boost security and stability in all states by implementing its projects.
He pointed out that the commission seeks to implement a number of projects pertinent to boosting security and stability, rule of law and good governance and weapons collection, referring to the projects implemented by the commission in this connection.
The Chairman of Peace, Security and Reconciliations Committee at the Council of States, on his part, praised the projects that have been implemented by the DDR Commission in collaboration with the partners and donors in a number of the states of the country.
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