The leader of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), Gibril Ibrahim, on Wednesday discussed with the President of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit the latest developments in Khartoum, describing his meeting with Salva Kiir as “constructive and fruitful.”
Ibrahim, in press statements after the meeting, said the talks took place at the presidential palace in the capital Juba, as part of the initiative presented by President Salva Kiir, to bring together all armed movements and achieve peace and stability in Sudan.
He added: “We came to Juba on a generous initiative and at the invitation of brother President Salva Kiir Mayardit, to consult on the future of peace in Sudan.”
The leader of the Justice and Equality Movement, said that the meeting addressed the different initiatives in the Sudanese arena.
He pointed out that they briefed Salva Kiir, on the outcomes of the meetings that took place in Cairo recently, as well as the efforts made with the brothers in the forces of freedom and change.
For his part,Tut Kew Gatluak, Salva Kiir’s security adviser, said in press statements that President Salva Kiir has called on all armed movements in Sudan to resolve the issues raised, including the issue of armed conflict.
“Salva Kiir has an initiative aimed at stabilizing Sudan, because achieve stability in Sudan means achieve stability in our country too,” he said.
He revealed that “the rest of the Sudanese Revolutionary Front’s members, will come to Juba, next Tuesday, to continue the talks on achieving peace and stability in the country.”