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The Republic of Sudan on Thursday urged the international community to support the implementation of its historic final political agreement and constitutional document signed in Khartoum on August 17.

The Transitional Military Council  and the Civilian Alliance Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change signed the agreements, a move aimed at ensuring peace and economic stability in the country.

The call is contained in a statement issued in Abuja by Ghazafi Abdalla, the Charge D’ Affairs of the Sudanese embassy in Nigeria .

Sudan said that the landmark agreements would last for three months and after which a general election would follow, adding that the agreements were aimed towards establishing structures, institutions and modalities for running an effective transitional programme.

The embassy noted that officials from Nigeria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs participated in the ceremony, which was also attended by a number of African Heads of States, mediators and high profile representatives from other friendly countries, stakeholders and international and regional organisations.