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Salva Kiir reviews Darfur, peace implementation and Arab summit


Mar 23, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The First Vice President, let. Gen. Salava Kiir Maryardit on Thursday reviewed in a meeting with the Presidential Advisor Mansour Khaled Darfur peace process, peace implementation and preparations for the Arab summit.

In this meeting, Salva Kiir renewed the keenness and commitment of the Sudanese government to find a peaceful settlement to the crisis of Darfur. He described Darfur crisis as the question number one in the country.

He reviewed with Mansour Khaled the process of the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement CPA, as well as the Arab league Summit Conference set to take place in Khartoum this week, and its expected outcome.

Mansour Khaled pointed out that the CPA implementation was going on and that the government of National Unity works to resolve any question relevant to this matter within the framework of the CPA provisions.

On what he expects from the summit, the Presidential Advisor pointed out that the outcome was of two facets. He said the first deals with what the Government of National Unity, expect from the summit and the second would be what the SPLM expects from the Arab League in boosting its efforts for development and peace in the south.

On the contribution of the Movement to resolve the question of eastern Sudan, Mansour Khaled pointed out that the efforts being exerted by the SPLM have never ceased, pointing out to the visit of the First Vice President to Eritrea to review a number of questions including questions relevant to Eastern Sudan.


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