Ibrahim underscored that peace is a strategic not tactical goal for the government, calling on arms bearers
to end the war in order to reach a political settlement to achieve permanent peace.
The semi-official Sudan Media Center (SMC) has quoted the LJP spokesperson Taj al-Din Bashir Niam as saying the armed struggle has become useless and the arms bearers
have no option but to join the negotiating table.
The Sudanese President stressed the arms bearers
would be dealt with according to the law in the coming period, adding any possession or use of the weapon would constitute a war against the state.
He pointed out to the disarmament campaign, saying the arms bearers
were left with nothing "except manoeuvring on the humanitarian assistance to the needy population in the Two Areas".
Yassen reiterated the call for arms bearers
to join the dialogue and peace process, praising the U.S.
The Vice-President added that the national dialogue would end last next month, expressing hope that holdout opposition and the arms bearers
would join the process.
Salih, who addressed the 2015 performance evaluation conference Monday, called upon arms bearers
to join the peace process, praising the participation of several armed groups in the dialogue conference.
"I am pleased to announce the government's decision to extend the cease-fire for another month and I renew call to arms bearers
to listen to the voice of reason and to join peace and the national dialogue which is run by a pure Sudanese will," he said.
Sudanese presidential aide and chief negotiator for the Two Areas talks Ibrahim Mahmoud said his government aims to achieve two strategic goals including reaching a permanent peace with the arms bearers
and engaging all groups in the ongoing dialogue in Khartoum.
Further he called upon arms bearers
to stop war and join the national dialogue process to resolve Sudan's problems.
October 27, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir has renewed his call for the arms bearers
to join the negotiating table pledging to provide the necessary requirements to allow them to present their issues by gentle persuasion.
Also, it called for holding a meeting to discuss the necessary requirements for the participation of the arms bearers
in the national dialogue, and praised the supportive role played by the African Union, friendly neighbouring nations and the international community to achieve peace and stability in Sudan.