NEW YORK, United States of America, October 16, 2021 / APO Group / –
The Secretary–General welcomes the unilateral declaration of a ceasefire throughout the Central African territory from October 15, 2021, announced by the President of the Central African Republic, HE Faustin Archange Touadéra. The Secretary-General welcomes this crucial step, which is in line with the Common Road Map for Peace in the Central African Republic adopted by the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region on September 16.
The Secretary-General calls on all other parties to respect this ceasefire immediately and to redouble their efforts to advance the implementation of the 2019 Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation.
The Secretary-General urges all parties to engage constructively through inclusive political dialogue with a view to making tangible progress in the peace and reconciliation process in the Central African Republic.
The Secretary-General reiterates his commitment to continue to mobilize the international community to support the Government and the people of the Central African Republic in their quest for peace, reconciliation and development.
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