Lieutenant General Carbino stresses the importance of Sudan’s unity, achieving peace and renunciation of violence – Kush News
On Saturday, in the buildings of the Sudan Unity Alliance, 109 civil entities, civil society, professionals, civil society organizations and youth blocs signed an alliance for the unity of Sudan and work on a Sudan that encompasses everyone and extends security and peace to all parts of Sudan.
Lieutenant General Adam Yahya (Karbino) Head of the Tamazuj Movement, signatory of the Juba Peace Agreement, Vice President of the Sudan Unity Coalition, stressed Sudan’s nationalism and that it is possible for everyone, calling for everyone to work jointly for a better future, stressing that all efforts are made to achieve peace, security and stability, stressing that war is not an option We must all work for peace and the public interest is the basis for the advancement of Sudan.
Lieutenant General Hilal Muhammad Taher, Vice President of the Alliance for the Unity of Sudan, said that loyalty is to Sudan first and foremost, and that everyone should forget the differences.
Hilal, according to (SUNA), praised the role of the armed forces in maintaining security and achieving stability, and called on everyone to work with the heart of one man, for Sudan to be above all considerations, and for weapons to be in the hands of the armed forces only to maintain security in all parts of Sudan.
It is worth noting that the charter contains articles that include Sudan’s unity and stability, curbing hate speech, preserving Sudan’s identity and tolerant values, establishing a state of law and justice, fortifying society and instilling values of reconciliation, strengthening Sudan’s independence and strengthening Sudan’s regional and international presence, the return of displaced persons and refugees, their settlement in their places, and reparations for harm. Work to reform the judicial apparatus and address the distortions of the civil service, and that Sudan’s foreign relations be in accordance with mutual interests, and that dialogue be the basis for resolving differences, rejecting violence, paying attention to youth issues, and working to give women a greater role in the future of Sudan.
Khartoum (Kush News)