The peace negotiations in Addis Ababa between Sudan and South Sudan have ended without reaching an agreement. The negotiators of Sudan have announced to return to Khartoum on Thursday for further consultations, the spokesman of the delegation Idriss Mohamed Abdelgadir announced tonight (Wednesday). He did not provide the reason for the sudden return of his delegation.
It is assumed that the peace negotiators might have prepared a draft proposal for a peace agreement, but the delegations couldn’t decide on the way forward. Idris Mohamed Abdelgadir said that his delegation is going back for consultations with the presidency in Khartoum. The negotiations are brokered by the African Union, but its spokesman said it would only provide comments until tomorrow (Thursday).
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