Mahmoud calls on German government to press SPLM-North into serious negotiations

Khartoum,  (SUNA)- The Assistant of the President of the Republic , has called on the German government to pressurize the rebel Sudan Liberation Movement-North sector, to make them engage in serious negotiations that end

the suffering of the peoples in the two areas and achieve permanent peace there.

Ibrahim Mahmoud, the Assistant of the President and deputy chairman of the National Congress Party for Partisan Affairs, who received the visiting Berghof Foundation representative, in the presence of the German ambassador to the Sudan, called on the German side to continue with its efforts for achieving peace and stability in the Sudan and to press the rebels into engaging in a constructive dialogue.

He stressed that this should be a dialogue that would end the suffering of the people in the two regions and lead to stability in the whole country.

The meeting between the assistant and the visiting German official focused on the most recent unofficial round of talks held in German and which was described by the National Congress as a disappointing and contradicting what was achieved during a previous round of official talks held in the Ethiopian Capital of Addis Ababa.

The German delegation was briefed on the stand of the Sudanese side and its view with regards to the past found.

The Assistant renewed Sudan's keenness for its relationship with Germany and expressed appreciation for the role played by Germany in the peace process in the Sudan.

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