Khartoum (UNA-OIC) – The Troika countries (US, UK, and Norway), and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) signed here on Tuesday the Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan as witnesses and guarantors.
The agreement was signed by representatives of the Troika countries, and the IGAD Executive Director, in the presence of First Vice-President of Sudan’s Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC) Mohamed Hamdan Daglo and Prime Minister Dr. Abdallah Hamdok.
The signing ceremony was attended by TSC members, ministers, envoys of the Troika countries to Sudan, representatives of the diplomatic missions in Khartoum and United Nations agencies.
It is noteworthy that Juba Agreement for Peace in Sudan was signed in October 2020 by the Sudanese Transitional Government and many of the country’s main warring factions. The agreement covers a wide range of areas, including governance, security and transitional justice, and is intended to inform the future constitutional negotiation process.