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South Sudan’s President Kiir has urged the people of South Sudan to “join hands” in implementing the peace deal to end more than 20 months of conflict. There have been several outbreaks of fighting since the rebels and the Government signed the IGAD-mediated Agreement last month. President Kiir voiced “serious reservations” even when signing the peace deal on August 26, just over a week after rebel leader Riek Machar had signed. Since then, both sides have repeatedly accused the other of violating the ceasefire agreement. In a speech to the nation on Tuesday (September 15), President Kiir repeated some of his concerns about the deal which includes demilitarization of the capital Juba and some other areas. He indicated he would still like to see elements renegotiated. He described the IGAD-mediated Agreement as “the most divisive and unprecedented document seen in the history of our country,” but added “I am now ready to implement this agreement in order to overcome the humanitarian challenges facing our country.” He told the people of South Sudan that it was time to unite. He said, “I call upon all of you to join hands with me,” urging South Sudanese to work together “during the transitional period until the general elections in 2018, until we bring peace to our country.” He emphasized, “I am committed to peace and the implementation of the agreement.”
Minister of foreign affairs