Sudan: We have made progress on peace talks with rebel leaders زعيم

The Sudanese authorities did on Tuesday die Talks with the most powerful rebel leader in the country postponed and declared, die both sides agreed on more than 75% of the framework for a peace agreement.

An agreement with the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement North under the leadership of Abdelaziz El-Hilu would be an important step in efforts to resolve the decades-long internal conflict in Sudan following the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in 2019.

Last year some rebels from the south and from the troubled Darfur region in the west signed a peace agreement that was supposed to be comprehensive.

But El-Hilu, who in His stronghold in the state of South Kordofan controls many troops and a large part of the country, has not joined the agreement, as has Abdel Wahed al-Nur, the leader of the most active group in Darfur.

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