South Sudan peace: New talks finish in Rome

The latest series of peace talks to resolve the conflict in South Sudan has concluded in Rome, under the auspices of the Sant’Egidio Community.

Speaking at a press conference, the Vice President of the National Pre-Transitional Committee, Gabriel Chang, thanked the Community of Sant'Egidio “for hosting these days of reflection and dialogue on the future of our country, still marked by divisions and hostility”. He described the Rome meeting as “an important opportunity that has allowed us to work together for peace, between different political forces, and makes the impossible possible".

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