Presidential Council hails Tabou -Tuareg reconciliation agreement
The Presidential Council of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) has welcomed the reconciliation agreement signed by the tribes of Tabou and Tuareg in Zlitin Sunday.
During a meeting with representatives from the two tribes and representatives of Al-Hasawina tribe, which played a vital role in the reconciliation, the PC considered the move a very positive one for that could establish for stability and the end of the one-year-long armed conflict in the southern areas where the two tribes reside.
The meeting discussed reconstruction of Ubari, where the conflict between the two tribes raged, including maintenance of schools as well as resuming flights to and from Ubari airport with support from the disinterested tribe of Al-Hasawina.
On Sunday, the tow tribes signed an agreement that ends the conflicts between them in the city of Zlitin and were awarded with peace shield for their nice gesture of peace and unity.
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