Central African Republic Reaches Peace Deal With Armed Groups

A peace deal between the government of the Central African Republic and 14 rebel groups has been struck after talks in Sudan, potentially ushering in a period of stability in the volatile country. The deal was announced by the UN mission in CAR, known as Minusca, and the African Union, which both sponsored the talks in Khartoum.

  • Africa:   New Hope for the Central African Republic

    Deutsche Welle, 5 February 2019

    A prime minister from the ranks of the rebels and no general amnesty -- these are the cornerstones of the peace treaty that has been initialed by the government of the Central… Read more »

The Government of the Central African Republic and 14 armed groups inscribed their initials on the Centrafrique Peace Agreement in a ceremony in Khartoum.

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