India has supported the transitional government led by Abdullah Hamdok in Sudan and the implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement in the country.
New York: India has taken an important step towards resolving the long-running internal conflict in Sudan.
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India on Friday (local time) backed the transitional government led by Abdullah Hamdok in Sudan and supported the implementation of the Juba peace agreement in the country.
The development took place during the United Nations General Assembly High Level (UNGA) virtual event in Sudan organized by the United Nations Mission of Norway in New York.
“Participated in the UNGA high-level virtual event on Sudan w/h @antonioguterres organized by Norway’s mission to the United Nations, Prateek Mathur, Counselor in the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations (UN), said in a tweet.
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“India expresses support for the transitional government led by @SudanPMHamdok and the implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement @UNITAMS has received #India’s support for its role in the peace process,” he said.
Human Rights Watch reported that 2019 marks the first year of Sudan’s three-year transition to democratic rule following the dramatic ouster of President Omar al-Bashir, a failing economy, political tensions and persistent popular protests for justice and reforms. was marked by.
Furthermore, these challenges were compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In October 2020, the Juba Agreement for Peace was also signed by Sudan’s transitional government and several of the country’s main warring factions.
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The agreement is highly complex and covers many areas including governance, security and transitional justice and is intended to inform the future constitutional negotiation process.
First published:October 2, 2021, 10:49 am