President Salva Kiir appealed to the military and political leaders in Sudan to end the ongoing conflict through peaceful dialogue.
He also echoed willingness to host a meeting with the Sudanese political leaders in Juba next week.
President Kiir made the statement after the briefing of the Deputy Chairman of Sudan’s Sovereign Council, Malik Agar Eyre, on the current situation in Sudan.
On the same note, the Presidential Advisor on National Security Affairs Tut Gatluak said the Sudanese Leaders will review the Juba Peace Agreement, while forging a common understanding of resolving the current crisis.
However, the Sudanese Ambassador Jamal Malik appreciated the President Kiir for his continuous search for peace and stability in Sudan, the Presidential Press Unit said.
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