Ethiopia urges both parties cooperate to cease conflict
Addis Ababa, 13 March 2014 (WIC) – Ethiopia urges both parties of conflicting parties of South Sudan to fully cooperate to cease conflict.
In the opening of the 51st Extra-ordinary Meeting of IGAD councils of Ministers held yesterday Addis Ababa, Dr Tewodros remarked the two negotiating parties of south Sudan to show their political commitment to end the undergoing conflict.
All partners of the conflict should increase their efforts to robust monitoring and verification mechanism, said the minister, adding that the deployment of the stabilization force should be facilitated to protect the nation from the crisis.
He also called up on the international community to put necessary pressure on the parties to end up the crisis.
The second round of talks between the government of South Sudan and SPLM/ in opposition had helped seven detainees to join the negotiation table, according to Dr. Tewodros.
The 25 th Extra-Ordinary Summit of the IGAD Heads of States and Governments launched on 13 March 2014 will discuss on issue of South Sudan crisis .
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