17th October 2019
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SPLM-North meet Sudan’s Military Council in Juba

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Saturday, July 27, 2019

The Deputy Chairperson of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and his delegation arrived in Juba on Saturday for bilateral talks with President Salva Kiir, and to meet with leaders of the Sudanese opposition group, SPLM-North.

General Mohamed Hemeti met with the Deputy leader of the SPLM-North, Malik Agar today in a meeting facilitated by Kiir’s Advisor on Security Affairs, Tut Kew Gatluak.

Pictorial by: Emmanuel Joseph Akile/Eye Radio

Presidential Advisor, Tut Gatluak address the press flanked by SPLM-North Deputy leader, Malik Agar, and Sudan's Military Council spox Lt.Gen.al-Dein
Deputy Chairperson of Sudan's Transitional Military Council, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo Hemeti speaking to the press in Juba
Deputy leader of the SPLM-North, Malik Agar speaking to the press in Juba
Sudan's Military Council spokesperson Lieutenant General Shams al-Dein Kabashi speaking to the press in Juba
Deputy leader of the SPLM-North Malik Agar and his team arrives for a meeting at the State House, J1 in Juba
Deputy Chairperson of Sudan's Transitional Military Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Hemeti leaving the venue of the meeting at the State House in Juba
Sudanese military detail that accompanied the leader of the Transitional Military Council during a meeting at State House, J1 in Juba
Sudan's Military Council spokesperson Lieutenant General Shams al-Dein Kabashi pose for a picture with journalists in Juba
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