RSF Deputy Commander in Chief Witnesses the Concluding Session of Fallata and Masaleet Reconciliation Conference in South Darfur

28 Nov 2020

RSF Deputy Commander in Chief, Lt. Gen. Abdul Rahim Hamdan Daglo has attended yesterday (Friday) in Nyala, the capital city of South Darfur State, the concluding session of Fallata and Masaleet tribes reconciliation conference.
He commended the meetings of the two tribes aiming at reconciliation, lauding the role of the reconciliation committee and the representatives of the two tribes, calling for stopping the clashes which claimed the lives of dear people from the two tribes.
He described Sudan after the revolution as a new Sudan which has vision and strategy led by the youth to achieve freedom, peace and justice.
Daglo praised the cohesion of the regular forces in South Darfur State, pointing out that it achieve its mission  through teamwork in bringing about control, protecting the agricultural season and enforcing the law.
For his part, governor of South Darfur State, Musa Mahdi Ishaq said that the reconciliation agreement between Fallata and Masaleet was an aspired goal, affirming that there will be no more clashes as the relations between the two tribes will return to normal.
Ishaq pledged to sponsor the reconciliation, lauding the efforts of the 1st Vice President of the Sovereign Council, 1st Lt. Gen.Mohamed Hamdan Daglo and his directives to achieve the reconciliation. He also commended the efforts of the RSF Deputy Commander in Chief, Lt. Gen. Abdul Rahim Daglo, pointing out that he was keen in providing any financial assistance or consultation to make the reconciliation conference a success.
Ishaq lauded the RSF commandment in South Darfur for its cooperation and its existence wherever there is a need to conduct its mission in a professional manner.
He pointed out to the great efforts provided by the RSF militarily support commander Lt. Col. Al-Nour Al-Douma to Kas locality and the neighbouring areas, hinting to the latter’s efforts in creating a distinguished social relations amid the tribes a matter that made the people confident towards the RSF.