Deputy Prime Minister Says Doha Document for Peace Belongs to the People of Darfur

Doha, HE Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud said today that the Doha Document for Peace belongs to the people of Darfur.

Al Mahmoud was Speaking to the press after the signing of a peace agreement between the Sudanese government and Sudan Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M) the Second Revolution. In response to a question on the groups that haven’t signed the agreement, Al Mahmoud called on all movements who are yet to sign the document to do so in response to the demands of the people and UN Security Resolutions. The Deputy Prime Minister added that Qatar as a mediator welcomes all groups to join the peace process.

Al Mahmoud noted that some of the requests regarding renegotiating the document will not be welcomed by the people of Darfur, as it will destroy all the good work that has been done in recent years. The Deputy Prime Minister however left the door open for enhancing the document through the signing of protocols.

Al Mahmoud concluded today by stressing that Qatar as a mediator is keen on peace but will not impose it on any side, rather hopes to find a solution that satisfies all parties involved. He stressed that Qatar remains committed to finding a solution to all those problems.

Source: Qatar News Agency