Doha’s Darfur peace talks to recommence late Oct.: Khartoum


Head of the Sudanese government’s negotiations delegation Ameen Hassan Omar told KUNA that the government of Khartoum was totally prepared for an opened dialogue to end the conflict in Darfur.

Omar called on all armed groups in Darfur to participate in the talks for sustainable peace in the region.

The previous rounds of talk between the government and rebels failed to reach an agreement on a truce which would prepare for all parties for serious peace talks.

Since the Abuja peace deal of 2006, the government and rebels failed to reach a final agreement on ending the entire struggle in the Darfur region.

Around 2.5 million individuals were killed in Darfur due to clashes between the government backed groups and rebels.


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