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Maura Ajak-CRN
Friday, January 17, 2020 - 14:22
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Netherlands to South Sudan describes South African Special Envoy to the nation as “timely visit” because the number of states and boundaries is on top of the agenda this week.
 
Janet Alberda told CRN that she had a serious consultation with people at the protection of civilians’ sites in Malakal for three days.
 
The diplomat says she was shocked about the situation of the people in Fashoda areas who fled from their homes due to multiple conflicts.
 
She adds that people have a lot of opportunities in the other areas she visited.
 
“I already told the president your peace agreement is a very complicated one you will never achieve all the benchmarks in the given period”, she notes.
 
There were multiple extensions in various months and the security arrangements in chapter two in the revitalised accord implementation will not be made before February 22, she explains.
 
She advises all the parties to be confident and make a compromise for a way forward.
 
Deputy Director Sub-Sahara Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at The Hague, Robert-Jan Siegert, says the population in South Sudan needs peace.
 
He adds that it is a key week to resolve all the outstanding issues to form the transitional government based on human rights and consensus building.
 
The diplomats made the remarks on Thursday to Catholic Radio Network after their visit to Malakal this week.
 
 
 

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