South Sudan’s Peace Agreement… A Word of Caution

If u want to eat a big cake u have first to cut it down into pieces. Guess that what some powers is doing in some african & ME countries by reshaping their borders. Divide and conquer strategy. Its noticeable that this occurs in Egypt’s NS backyard like Sudan & south Sudan. Opening continuous communication channels is a one solutions yet definitely other solutions will be created by egypt’s DM.

Egypt MFA Blog مدونة الخارجية المصرية

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On 26 August, 2015, South Sudan’s President, Salva Kiir signed a peace agreement in Juba with rebel leader Riek MacharMachar, who was the former vice president of South Sudan, broke off in December 2013 sparking a civil war that has ripped apart the newest country in the world.

Although Machar had already signed the agreement in Addis Ababa on 17 AugustKiir had called for a two-week extension for further consultations. Notably, President Kiir entered a significant number of reservations upon signing the agreement in Juba on August 26th. These reservations were annexed to the agreement in a twelve-page document

President Kiir’s reservations relate to fundamental aspects of the peace agreement, most importantly the status of South Sudan’s army; the demilitarisation of the capital, Juba; the opposition’s role in establishing the national unity government; in addition to

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