Chad military government has yesterday signs peace agreements with various rebel groups in the country, anchored by Qatari ministry of foreign affairs.
The peace talk was held in Doha, together with Qatar minister together with Qatar minister of foreign affairs, Mohammed Abdul Rahman however, the main rebel group in the country popularly known as FACT was absent from the consensus thus, did not sign the peace talk.
The Qatar ministry of foreign affair while announcing the events through their twitter handle said:
“Under the auspices of the State of Qatar, the Chadian parties sign the #Doha_Peace_Agreement_in_Chad. This stems from the active regional and international role of Qatar in providing the basic ground for mediation and preventing the outbreak and exacerbation of conflicts”
The the negotiation tussle to reach peace agreement among various Rebels group in Chad has been ongoing for over 5 months ahead of a broader reconcilation dialogue scheduled to hold this month.
The Qatar minister of foreign affairs , Mohammed Abdul Rahman upon the consensus reached said: “This agreement paves the way for the start of the national, inclusive, and sovereign dialogue in Chad in the capital, N’Djamena, which aims to achieve comprehensive national reconciliation”
The peace talk event was opened by the Qatar minister of foreign affairs by giving a brief speech to address the key tenet of the event.
The event as well was attended by the leader of all the rebel groups, AU representatives and the negotiation delegates of the transitional government in Chad
Unfortunately, the major rebel group in the country popularly known as the FACT were not in attendance of the event.
As revealed in their twitter handle, the FACT said that there reason for not participating in the peace talk was because the government failed to “follows the failure to take our demands into consideration”