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South Sudan’s president Salva Kiir has welcomed the regional bloc’s proposal for face-to-face talks with rebel leader Dr. Riek Machar. The Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has been leading talks between the government and the rebels to revive the 2015 peace deal. Kiir met Ethiopia’s prime minister who heads the IGAD council last week and the two leaders agreed that the regional bloc’s proposal for peace is viable. displayAdvert("mpu_3") President Kiir has agreed to meet Machar as proposed by the IGAD Council of Ministers because he is committed to peace. President Kiir’s spokesperson Ateny Wek Ateny said his boss has welcomed a face-to-face talks with Machar as the only way to forge lasting peace in the restive country. “President Kiir has agreed to meet Machar as proposed by the IGAD Council of Ministers because he is committed to peace. I can not speculate what they are going to discuss in the meeting now,” Ateny said. Machar’s participation in peace process President Kiir and rebel leader Dr. Machar last meet in July 2016 when the violence erupted at the presidential palace. Dr. Machar fled the country and is currently in South Africa under house arrest
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