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He praises the serious and constructive participation, by both sides, in the talks in Addis Ababa, as well as the continuing able leadership of the African Union High Implementation Panel led by President Thabo Mbeki in facilitating and mediating the talks between the two parties, as well as his Special Envoy’s supportive role to that effort.
“I look forward to the Ministerial level Sudan-South Sudan Consultative Forum that will be held in New York today with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of both countries,” says Ban in a statement issued Thursday.
The Secretary-General calls on both Governments to find solutions to the future of the disputed and claimed areas and the final status of Abyei.
He urges both countries to now embark on the implementation of the agreements they have signed and to finalise the processes they have initiated.
The United Nations stands ready to continue assisting the parties, in collaboration with partners, in these endeavours.
The agreement comes after years of bloodshed, mistrust and displacement of thousands of South Sudanese.