El Fasher, July 3 (SUNA) - Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council (TSC) Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo has reiterated call on all Sudanese, especially young people, to sit at the dialogue table to discuss national issues with honesty and transparency, away from narrow partisan ambitions, in order to reach a national project that achieves stability and guarantees a secure future for the people.

The TSC Vice-President was addressing the graduation ceremony of the first batch of security and protection of civilians forces today in El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur State.

Daglo congratulated the graduates, their families and all people of Darfur for this great achievement, which is one of the fruits of peace that has been achieved, welcoming the graduates among their brothers in the regular forces as messengers of peace, love and peaceful coexistence.

He expressed thanks to the government and people of the Republic of South Sudan, led by President Salva Kiir Mayardt, and the mediation team led by Presidential Adviser Tut Gatluak for their great efforts that resulted in the signing of the peace agreement.

He also thanked the Joint Higher Committee for Security Arrangements, including UNITAMS, for their great efforts in all stages.

Daglo affirmed that the peace that has been achieved needs serious guarding to be implemented on the ground, saying that they are serious about reaching a real peace that meets the needs of the people for stability and development and to complete it.

The Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council affirmed that they will continue their earnest endeavors with the people in the Darfur region in order to reach practical solutions to stop the bloodshed and tribal wars, conduct reconciliations and spread the spirit of peace and peaceful coexistence among all populations and tribes, while providing the necessary support to revive the productive sectors and provide the appropriate climate for development and production to get out of the cycle of war and into peace.

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