The 69th IGAD Council of Ministers launched an emergency meeting

Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 69th East African Development Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD) Council of Ministers has launched an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chair of IGAD Council of Ministers, Gudu Andargachew, members of the country’s foreign affairs and the South Sudan peace procession.

Gudu Andargachew said the signatories to the agreement had agreed to form a transitional government on November 12, 2019.

He noted that encouraging results have been recorded in the ongoing follow-up discussions, and that key issues for the government have not been resolved.

He noted that the transitional government failed to establish a transitional government by the deadline of agreement.

Thus, at a consultative meeting of the IGAD Council of Ministers, Iberau Museveni and the President of Sudan’s Supreme Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Bhabhan, said that the agreement between President Salva Kiir and Dr Rick Machar was an encouraging step to extend the extra-hundred days.

The Minister called on the need for the agreement to be ratified by all signatories and peacekeepers and urgently needs to accelerate the rest of the day’s activities.

According to information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, the IGAD member states will review the results of a consultative meeting with the leaders of the South Sudan Peace Accords yesterday.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 69th East African Development Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD) Council of Ministers has launched an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chair of IGAD Council of Ministers, Gudu Andargachew, members of the country’s foreign affairs and the South Sudan peace procession.

Gudu Andargachew said the signatories to the agreement had agreed to form a transitional government on November 12, 2019.

He noted that encouraging results have been recorded in the ongoing follow-up discussions, and that key issues for the government have not been resolved.

He noted that the transitional government failed to establish a transitional government by the deadline of agreement.

Thus, at a consultative meeting of the IGAD Council of Ministers, Iberau Museveni and the President of Sudan’s Supreme Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Bhabhan, said that the agreement between President Salva Kiir and Dr Rick Machar was an encouraging step to extend the extra-hundred days.

The Minister called on the need for the agreement to be ratified by all signatories and peacekeepers and urgently needs to accelerate the rest of the day’s activities.

According to information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, the IGAD member states will review the results of a consultative meeting with the leaders of the South Sudan Peace Accords yesterday.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 69th East African Development Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD) Council of Ministers has launched an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chair of IGAD Council of Ministers, Gudu Andargachew, members of the country’s foreign affairs and the South Sudan peace procession.

Gudu Andargachew said the signatories to the agreement had agreed to form a transitional government on November 12, 2019.

He noted that encouraging results have been recorded in the ongoing follow-up discussions, and that key issues for the government have not been resolved.

He noted that the transitional government failed to establish a transitional government by the deadline of agreement.

Thus, at a consultative meeting of the IGAD Council of Ministers, Iberau Museveni and the President of Sudan’s Supreme Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Bhabhan, said that the agreement between President Salva Kiir and Dr Rick Machar was an encouraging step to extend the extra-hundred days.

The Minister called on the need for the agreement to be ratified by all signatories and peacekeepers and urgently needs to accelerate the rest of the day’s activities.

According to information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, the IGAD member states will review the results of a consultative meeting with the leaders of the South Sudan Peace Accords yesterday.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 69th East African Development Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD) Council of Ministers has launched an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chair of IGAD Council of Ministers, Gudu Andargachew, members of the country’s foreign affairs and the South Sudan peace procession.

Gudu Andargachew said the signatories to the agreement had agreed to form a transitional government on November 12, 2019.

He noted that encouraging results have been recorded in the ongoing follow-up discussions, and that key issues for the government have not been resolved.

He noted that the transitional government failed to establish a transitional government by the deadline of agreement.

Thus, at a consultative meeting of the IGAD Council of Ministers, Iberau Museveni and the President of Sudan’s Supreme Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Bhabhan, said that the agreement between President Salva Kiir and Dr Rick Machar was an encouraging step to extend the extra-hundred days.

The Minister called on the need for the agreement to be ratified by all signatories and peacekeepers and urgently needs to accelerate the rest of the day’s activities.

According to information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, the IGAD member states will review the results of a consultative meeting with the leaders of the South Sudan Peace Accords yesterday.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 69th East African Development Intergovernmental Authority (IGAD) Council of Ministers has launched an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chair of IGAD Council of Ministers, Gudu Andargachew, members of the country’s foreign affairs and the South Sudan peace procession.

Gudu Andargachew said the signatories to the agreement had agreed to form a transitional government on November 12, 2019.

He noted that encouraging results have been recorded in the ongoing follow-up discussions, and that key issues for the government have not been resolved.

He noted that the transitional government failed to establish a transitional government by the deadline of agreement.

Thus, at a consultative meeting of the IGAD Council of Ministers, Iberau Museveni and the President of Sudan’s Supreme Council, Abdul Fattah Al-Bhabhan, said that the agreement between President Salva Kiir and Dr Rick Machar was an encouraging step to extend the extra-hundred days.

The Minister called on the need for the agreement to be ratified by all signatories and peacekeepers and urgently needs to accelerate the rest of the day’s activities.

According to information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, the IGAD member states will review the results of a consultative meeting with the leaders of the South Sudan Peace Accords yesterday.

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