Kiir sent high-level delegates to Khartoum to discuss the Sudan political situation.
President Salva Kiir has encouraged Sudanese political figures to participate in dialogue in order to reach an amicable resolution to their differences.
On Sunday, Kiir sent a high-level delegation to Khartoum to discuss the political situation with Sudanese authorities.
A party led by Foreign Affairs Minister Mayiik Ayii, Investment Minister Dhieu Mathok, and Presidential Advisor on Security Tut Gatluak delivered Kiir’s message to coup plotters.
Kiir particularly appealed to the chairman of the Sudan Transitional Sovereign Council, which toppled the civilian government last Monday, according to a statement obtained by NCMP.
Kiir encouraged Gen Abdel Fatah Burhan to provide political space for discussions to resolve their differences.
“He advised all political actors on both sides of the divide to avoid actions that might jeopardize the country’s stability at this critical juncture in Sudan’s history,” Ayii said.
Last week, General Burhan deposed the government and the sovereign council.