A peace agreement between the transitional Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance has been signed in the South Sudanese capital of Juba, witnessed by a strong local, regional, and international presence. The formal signing follows an initial agreement made on August 31, following a year of negotiations. On his arrival in Juba, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok told reporters that the comprehensive peace agreement would “open a new page that ends wars and puts an end to the suffering of our people in displacement camps”.
The 13 rebel factions prepare for the signing of the Sudan Peace Agreement in Juba, South Sudan, on October 3, 2020.
Radio Dabanga, 4 October 2020
The Armed Struggle Movements Coalition, consisting of eight Sudanese rebel groups, said it is not concerned with the outcomes of the peace agreement, describing it as “incomplete… Read more »
Radio Dabanga, 3 October 2020
The peace agreement between the Sudanese government and the members of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel alliance will be signed in the South Sudanese capital Juba today… Read more »
Egypt Online, 3 October 2020
The Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front, including political powers and armed movements, signed a peace agreement on Saturday at the Freedom Square in Juba. Read more »
ENA, 4 October 2020
President Sahlework Zewudie said formalizing the peace deal reached between the Government of Sudan and rebels will have a huge impact on the peace and security of the entire… Read more »
SNA, 4 October 2020
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres addressed the final signing ceremonies of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Al-Hurriya Square in Juba, by recorded speech, at… Read more »
SNA, 3 October 2020
The President of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, has expressed South Sudan pleasure and honor on the signing of Juba peace agreement despite the various challenges that… Read more »