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Cabinet affairs minister Omer Monis speaks to the reporters with Presidential envoy Tit Galwak on 27 September 2019 (SUNA photo)

September 29, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - South Sudan’s Special Presidential Envoy Tut Galwak discussed with Sudanese officials his government efforts to hold Sudan’s peace process next month in Juba.

Tut met with two members of the Sovereign Council Mohamed al-Faki and Shams al-Din Kabbashi who are part of the government’s negotiating team. Also, Omer Monis, the cabinet affairs minister took part in the meeting.

In press statements after the meeting, the visiting South Sudanese presidential envoy said that the meeting dealt with the issue of peace and the ongoing arrangements for the launch of the peace process between the Sudanese government and the armed movements on 14 October.

He further expressed hope that peace will be achieved as soon as possible "So we can celebrate Khartoum," he said.

Tut arrived in Khartoum from Cairo where he briefed the Egyptian officials about his government efforts to reunite the Sudanese Revolutionary Front and Juba Declaration for peace in Sudan signed by the government and armed groups earlier this month.

The South Sudanese presidential aide stressed that President Salva Kiir had directed to exert efforts to hold a successful peace process and achieve lasting peace in Sudan.

He further reiterated the readiness of the government and people of South Sudan to host and facilitate negotiations between the Sudanese government and armed movements.

He said a high-level delegation of Sudanese armed movements would visit Khartoum in the coming days as a gesture of goodwill.

The armed groups decided to send a delegation to Khartoum, including Yasir Arman, SRF deputy secretary-general and al-Tom Hajo the speaker of the SRF legislative body.

For his part, Minister of Cabinet Affairs Omer Monis stressed the strong political determination to end the war in Sudan at the level of state institutions and the broad base of the Sudanese people who bless these steps.

He pointed out that they briefed the South Sudanese envoy about the steps taken by the Government following the signing of the Juba Declaration, which included some measures that would strengthen confidence-building process between the two parties.

(ST)

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  • 28 September 06:49, by South South

    South Sudan needs to secure peace between rebels and Sudanese government. It will help South Sudan in many ways.

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    • 28 September 08:19, by Pakuai

      Whoa! I thought South Sudanese people don’t grow voluminous like this envoy?!!
      Anyway, Mr. South South, it is not very simple as you think brother. If you can think outside the box about this game. These rebels were parts of the ’equation’ that ousted out Mr. Hassan El Bashir. Mr. Yasir Arman and others were instead deported>>>>

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      • 28 September 08:28, by Pakuai

        to Juba by the ousters of Mr. El Bashir. Losers from the IGAD and the African union went and made a piecemeal deal with the protesters and the army in the hotels in Adis Ababa and went back to Khartoum and celebrated that their democracy has triumphed. Our empty headed Salva Kiir and bunch of lowly informed advisers agreed to be mediators between North Sudan new government and the rebels they>>>

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        • 28 September 08:33, by Pakuai

          intentionally deported to South Sudan out of their country. Can anyone with brain asks these simple questions; why did army deported Mr. Yasir Arman and his entourages to South Sudan out of their own country? Why did they went to Adis Ababa, went and made a piecemeal deal with the protestors without Mr. Yasir Arman and his colleagues?>>>

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          • 28 September 08:39, by Pakuai

            Why did the IGAD, the African union (the AU) and the so-called troika countries kept quiet about the exclusion of Mr. Yasir Arman and his colleagues who were parts of the protestors who ousted out Mr. El Bashir. Why did the government of South Sudan which is part of the IGAD and the AU kept to raise the flag about the ’exclusion’ of Mr. Yasir Arman and his colleagues in the deal that between>>>>

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            • 28 September 08:46, by Pakuai

              the protestors and the army? Again, why isn’t the North Sudan army or the current new government deporting Mr. Riek Machar and Mr. Lam Akol back to South Sudan? For those South Sudanese with brains and who know the ’dirty game being played over our country and our people’ by the criminals whom our lowly informed often our ’allies and our uncles’ when in fact, they are our country’s and our people>

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              • 28 September 08:53, by Pakuai

                existential enemies. If you tell our lowly informed the real truth, they will ignore it. But when what you were telling them ’spring out into open later’ then they would wake wake in a snooze like spook birds and say, you not insisting enough on what you were telling them. The most glaring example of these were, right after our country’s referendum in 2011. Some of us plainly told our empty>>>

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                • 28 September 09:00, by Pakuai

                  elders not to renew the then United nations missions in Sudan (UNIMIS) to current United nations mission in South Sudan (UNIMISS) because there were was no need for it. But were sternly rebuked by our lowly informed elders that we were just bunch of "young boys with some bad attitudes towards white people" And before long the UNIMISS and the NGOs started arming Mr. David Yau Yau>>>

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                  • 28 September 09:08, by Pakuai

                    and Mr. Riek Machar’s Lou Nuers (so-called jesh Mabior or white army). The UN and UNIMISS were caught red-handed Rumbek ferrying weapons to Mr. Riek Machar in former ’unity state in 2014’ Here in Bor, Mr. Riek Machar rebels used ’come out of UNIMISS compound and joined their Jesh Mabior in Bor town and removed their informs & moved into UNIMISS compound after the government troops captured>>>>

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                    • 28 September 09:16, by Pakuai

                      Bor town. Mr. Michael Makuei Lueth was once clearly or visibly angry outside the UNIMISS compound after we chased out Mr. Riek machar’s Jesh Mabior (so-called white army) oustide of Bor town in 2014. The same thing happened in Malakal. Mr. South South brother. If you don’t know your real enemy. It will slowly destroy you chap. The US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus>>>

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                      • 28 September 09:22, by Pakuai

                        their so-called israelis), their gulf Arab states financiers and some of their creeps here in our own region and the AU are our existential enemies chap. The so-called "UN NEW WORLD ODER government, government WITHOUT BORDER or the so-called AFRICA UNITY or REGIONAL INTEGRATION" piece of bullsh*t Mr. South South chap. Mr. South South. Mr. Yasir Arman, Malik Agar>>>

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                        • 28 September 09:41, by Pakuai

                          of SPLM-N are bunch of secret societies of:
                          1. Skull and Bones
                          2. Freemasons
                          3. Ordo Templis Orientis
                          4. The Knights Templar
                          5. The Illuminati
                          6. The Bilderberg Group
                          7. Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn
                          8. council of foreign relation (CFR)
                          9. trilateral commission (TC)
                          >>>>

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                          • 28 September 09:48, by Pakuai

                            All those secret societies I just mentioned Mr. South South are pretty much very sinister. But the most dangerous of all are the ’council of foreign relation (CFR)’, is the ’US states’ department or foreign affairs in other words. And the ’trilateral commission (TC)’. This dirty oraganistion don’t even hide their ’quirky and dirty intention’, they have ’secretly and stealthily’ taken over the>>>

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                            • 28 September 09:55, by Pakuai

                              whole ’facade of US including the 50 states of the US’ and all those secret societies above Mr. South Sudan are financed by the *Rothchilds, Rockefeller, the gulf Arab states and massive big corporate banking cartels and most of their secret subsidiaries* chap. Most our oppositions or rebels are members of these secret societies. Minus Mr. Salva Kiir, Michael Makuei Lueth in the senior positions>>

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                              • 28 September 10:04, by Pakuai

                                and others in the current government Mr. South South chap. Paul Malong was not a member of these evil secret societies. Mr. South South, Abiye Ahamed of Abesh (so-called ethiopia) and his former predecessor, Hailemariam Desalegn. Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga of Kenya, former Tanzania president, Mr. Jakaya Kikwete, current Rwandan president, Paul Kagame, former South African president>>>>

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                                • 28 September 10:11, by Pakuai

                                  Mr. Thabo Mbeki, former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo and some of their other creeps who have sold ’themselves and their souls’ to these evil secret societies Mr. South South. Mr. South South, I my own self would have been ’ensnared to joining these secret societies’ a while a go when l studying in Canada. But l flatly refused the evils offer. Some of my other South Sudanese with brains>>>

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                                  • 28 September 10:17, by Pakuai

                                    in Canada, the US, the UK, Norway, Germany, Australia and other countries flatly refused these evils offer chap. We are still being ’stalked to day’. We ’were even urged to be paid more money’ to join their evil ’secret societies’ and work for the evils against our country and our people. But we flatly refused Mr. South South chap. South Sudan and South Sudanese people are not for sale brother>>>

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                                    • 28 September 10:22, by Pakuai

                                      Mr. South South, there are some evils on this planet earth who just love other people and their countries brothers. And these vermin are the *US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states financiers and even some of their creeps here in our own IGAD and their AU lackeys chap, the evils even ’swear and pray’>

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          • 28 September 08:40, by Pakuai

            Why did the IGAD, the African union (the AU) and the so-called troika countries kept quiet about the exclusion of Mr. Yasir Arman and his colleagues who were parts of the protestors who ousted out Mr. El Bashir. Why did the government of South Sudan which is part of the IGAD and the AU kept to raise the flag about the ’exclusion’ of Mr. Yasir Arman and his colleagues in the deal that between>>>>

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    • 28 September 17:49, by The Rhino

      Pakuei,

      Bangi man,you damned fucking Dinka and many worthless African ’leaders’ always shit in your own pants,..you rape,loot and murder your own people,but then keep on asking stupid questions,why,why,why and why?Shit,then do something,you fucking greedy bastards!Don’t Blame anybody for your savagery,foolishness and greed.Fuck off!

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