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Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 16:51
Civil society organizations are consoling citizens of South Sudan at home and abroad to be patient as peace process takes longer time.
 
Director of Eve Organization for Women Development, Rita Martin Lopidia says activists are pushing the parties to work hard to attain durable peace.
 
She says they need peace that completely ends the cycles of violence in the country.
 
Sarah Nyanath, refugees’ representative says slow peace process is better than fragile peace agreement.
 
Nyanath calls on South Sudanese not to lose hope as stakeholders work hard to realize lasting peace.
 
The second phase of the High Level Revitalization Forum was concluded on Wednesday without signing any deal.
 

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