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Friday, 29 September 2017

Agreement Concluded on Cooperation of UNAMID Pull out from Darfur

Khartoum - Parties to the tripartite mechanism on United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) have finally signed in New York their commitment to pulling out the joint forces

(UNAMID) from Darfur and pledged to address the outstanding issues related to implementing UNAMID mandate.
The twenty forth session of the tripartite mechanism on UNAMID was held in New York bringing together Sudan's government, the African Union and the United Nations on the sidelines of the seventy second session of United Nations General Assembly meetings.
The Sudanese side was chaired by Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ambassador Abdulghani Al-Naiem while the Secretary General of Peace Keeping operations John Piere chaired United Nations side and Ambassador Ismail Shargi , the Commissioner  of Peace & Security at the African Union chaired the African Union Side.
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abdulghani Al-Naiem affirmed Sudanese government commitment to cooperating with the African Union so that the UNAMID may accomplish its task and complete its withdrawal successfully calling for pressurizing the remaining rebel movements in South Sudan and Libya to come on board peace operation.
Al Naiem touched during the meeting on the continuous government efforts towards disarmament and reconciliation and urging the holdouts to come aboard peace.