Khartoum: Sudanese peace negotiations proceed according to set norms
Sudan, Politics, 2/1/2003
The advisor for the Sudanese President for peace affairs Ghazi Salah Eddin has announced that the current peace negotiations in Kenya between the two delegations of the Sudanese government and the rebels are proceeding according to set schedule, after the crisis was eliminated, resulting from ceasefire violation in southern Sudan.
In a statement he made in Khartoum yesterday after he had returned back from Nairobi, Salah Eddin added that the two delegations of the government and the rebels agreed to add new members to the monitoring and investigation committee in the ceasefire and taking reserve measures in order to prevent the occurrence of attacks and to correct emerging conditions as a result of that. he said that the delegations of the two sides held on Thursday a round of talks on certain pending issues.
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