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Thursday, 23 November 2017
 

Britain Encourages Government Efforts for Realizing Peace in Juba

Joda - The British government has stressed the importance of realizing peace in south Sudan to assist the southern refugees residing in Sudan to return to their homeland.
British Ambassador to Khartoum Michael Aaron said during the visit of joint delegation of the government and the donors to community security projects in the regions of Joda , Aglaia that his country's envoy to Sudan and south Sudan are touring the region to convince the southern factions to reach peace for ending the suffering of south Sudan citizens.
He affirmed that Britain encourages the efforts made by the Sudanese government for realizing peace in the south and it support to IGAD efforts as well as working towards encouraging parties of the conflict  in South Sudan to  realize peace.
Michael praised the coordination and cooperation between the local communities in the white Nile state and  south Sudan refugees and these communities sharing services with those coming from south Sudan asserting that his country will support  community security projects and stability implemented by the Disarmament, Demilitarization and Reintegration (DDR) Commission and the United Nations Developmental Program  by an international support.
Minister of International Cooperation Idris Yousif hailed the efforts of the local communities at the White Nile State and the model it provided in receiving south Sudan refugees, sharing services with them and extending a helping hand to them stressing that this model deserves appreciation and support from the part of all the countries of the world.
Yousif demanded the international community to continue its support to Sudan via financing development priorities projects and livelihood project.