President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta said final signing of transitional period documents would pave way for future solutions to Sudan’s issues.
He said, while he was addressing the signing ceremony held at the friendship hall in Khartoum Saturday that the occasion was a glorious moment in the Sudan history and a transition from conflict to coalition.
He affirmed his country support to Sudan and urged the Sudanese parties to engage in the peaceful process and implement the items of the deal as well as building national institutions.
President Kenyatta called the Sudanese to consider principles of rule of law and expression of diversity of people of Sudan to achieve political stability and ensure that the [political values sought by the Sudanese are not neglected, calling the Sudanese to solve their problems through dialogue and diplomacy.
In the same context, Jordan on Saturday welcomed Sudan’s signing of a transitional deal between the ruling military council in the country and the opposition leaders.
Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi labeled the signing of the deal as a “new era” in Sudan, according to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The minister emphasized that Jordan will continue supporting the Sudanese in their efforts to overcome challenges and build their future.
Safadi voiced wishes for the Sudanese people to realize their aspirations in perpetuating democracy and reaching peace and security.