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First Vice President: Cairo Agreement affirms capability of Sudanese people to end state of war and enter the stage of accord and reconciliation

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Cairo, June 18 (SUNA) - First Vice President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha has said that Cairo Agreement between the Government and the National Democratic Alliance affirmed the capability of the Sudanese people to end state of war and confrontation and enter the stage of building, accord and reconciliation. Addressing the signing ceremony of the agreement of national reconciliation and comprehensive peace between the government and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Cairo Saturday, Taha pointed that the signing of the agreement is considered as a new step in the march of peace and stability in Sudan, hoping that similar steps will be made for Darfur and east Sudan. The First Vice President congratulated the Sudanese people on the occasion. He hailed Egyptian President Mohamed Husni Mubarak for sponsoring the talks between the government and the NDA, pointing out that President Mubarak with his wisdom contributed to reaching the agreement. The signing of Cairo agreement is a day for Africa and the Arab world, Taha added The First Vice President also commended the efforts exerted by the negotiating delegations and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement in this regard. BT/BT