“The secretary-general urges all parties to work in good faith and demonstrate their commitment to fully implement and to finalize the agreement as soon as possible,” he said.
“We call on South Sudan’s conflicting parties to implement the peace deal and restore peace and stability at an early date,” Chunying said.
“Turkey welcomes the conclusion of the ongoing negotiation process, held between the government and the opposition parties under the auspices of the countries in the region in order to bring an end to the civil war in South Sudan, with the signature of the power sharing agreement in Khartoum on 5 August 2018,” said a brief statement issued by the Turkish foreign ministry.
“We believe that successfully putting the said agreement into effect will serve to the prosperity and well-being of the friendly people of South Sudan as well as to the security and stability of the countries in the region,” further said the statement.
“The deal is a big step forward in terms of bringing peace in South Sudan,” he told reporters, from the capital, Juba, on Monday.