(MENAFN- The Peninsula) QNA
Doha: Several officials in the African Union (AU) and the Chadian negotiating parties affirmed the great importance of the Doha Peace Agreement and the Participation of Politico-Military Movements in the National, Inclusive, and Sovereign Dialogue in Chad, which was signed yesterday in Doha under the auspices of the State of Qatar, with the participation of Politico-Military Movements in the Chadian National, Inclusive and Sovereign Dialogue.
In exclusive statements on this occasion, the officials told QNA that Qatar's successful hosting of the negotiations that led to this agreement, is a clear evidence of the trust they place — along with the international and regional community — on Doha, which enjoys weight, extensive experience and a good reputation, in the field of negotiation and crisis resolution, to reach agreements and reconciliations that are acceptable to all, and to achieve the interests of countries and peoples to live in sustainable security and peace.
For his part, Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC) Moussa Faki affirmed, in his statements to QNA, that the signing of the agreement which deals with the national and inclusive dialogue in Chad, is another opportunity to extend thanks to H H the Amir, the government and people of the State of Qatar for the state's appreciable efforts to reach this achievement, which represents an important stage on the road to building Chad and bringing peace to it through inclusive dialogue.
He said that this event, which has been successfully hosted by the State of Qatar, will continue between the parties in Chad on Aug. 20, affirming that AU will support the negotiations and help in efforts to peacefully resolve the conflict in Chad, which needs the support of the international system, according to him.
On turn, head of the national coordination for change and reform in the Alliance of Resistance Democrats in Chad Dr. Hassan Ibrahim Asil, described the aforementioned agreement as excellent, pointing out that it was carried out with the consent and acceptance of all negotiators and signatories, and under Qatari auspices that was trusted, accepted and respected by all dialogue parties.
In his statement to QNA, Dr. Asil added that the Doha Peace Agreement and the Participation of Politico-Military Movements in the National, Inclusive, and Sovereign Dialogue in Chad have transcended all previous Chadian bitterness, as the signatories decided to move on from the past, proceed with determination and firmness in negotiations, and give an opportunity for peace.
In a statement to QNA, former Minister of Finance and member of the negotiations committee Mahamat Allamine Bourma Treye said the agreement forged Monday in Doha is an important step towards peace, national reconciliation and reconstruction of Chad following the years-long fighting.
He added that the negotiators placed great confidence in the State of Qatar and its hosting of the negotiations that culminated in hammering out the Monday agreement as an achievement to be welcomed by all peace-loving countries worldwide.
Deputy president of rally of Chadians unity for development movement Mahmat Osman Taher hailed the Doha Peace Agreement and the involvement of political and military movements in the inclusive political and sovereign talks in Chad, stressing the Chadian people's appreciation and welcoming of the event and the continuous roles exerted by the State of Qatar in mediations and reconciliations worldwide. He added that this was a joyful event for the Chadian people and whoever seeks peace and good for the humanity.
Taher stressed that negotiation and dialogue, which Qatar successfully hosted and continued despite challenges, were the sole track towards peace in Chad, reiterating calls for all Chadians, irrespective of political affiliation, to express gratefulness for Doha and to take part in the N'Djamena negotiations.
Head of the national rally for democracy Prof. Bashar Assad Mahamat Aqeed said that the news coming today from Doha was joyful for the Chadians with the signing of the peace agreement.
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