The First Vice-President of the Republic, Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, pointed out that Sudan obtains a strong and serious desire to achieve durable peace and secure vicinity with South Sudan State, adding that has sacrificed a dear part of its land, South Sudan, for the sake of reaching peace.
Interviewed by Sudan TV yesterday , Taha said that Salva Kiir is capable to effect a breakthrough in his presidential summit with President Omer Al-Bashir on Friday, adding that the desire of Salva Kiir to make a breakthrough will be met with an honest similar desire of President Al-Bashir.
The First Vice - President said that the links between Sudan and South Sudan remained great despite the separation of South Sudan.
He said that the withdrawal of South Sudan to its forces amassed at the joint border is considered a positive move that affirmed rightness of Sudan vision that implementation of the security arrangements file shall be given priority as represents the backbone for implementing the other agreements reached by the two countries in Addis Ababa.
Taha stressed that any dialogue with the Northern Sector of the People's Movement shall be preceded by implementation of the security and military arrangements and cutting the link between the army of the People's Movement and the Northern Sector the People's Movement, especially the Ninth and 10th division in South Kordofan and the Blue Nile States.
On the call of President Al-Bashir on all the political forces and the gun-holders to join formulation of the Constitution, Taha said that the government has a serious desire to realize a broad-based consensus and surpass the conflict for power for the interest of Sudan unity.
He called on all the political parties and the gun-holders to deal seriously and positively with the call directed to them by the President of the Republic, emphasizing that the National Congress will impose its political visions on the political forces.
Taha has appreciated the efforts done by the Arab funds, financial organizations and executing companies which contributed to the finance of Rossaires Dam heightening.