juba - The president of South Sudan Salva Kiir, the soldiers of his army SPLA Monday instructed to lay down their arms. He still said to be ready to work with his rival Riek Machar, the current vice president. In recent days threatened fierce firefights in capital Juba to pay the young African country back into civil war.
,, It is currently calm and the situation should remain so, 'said Kiirs spokesman Ateny Wek Ateny.,, The president has all the commanders of the SPLA ordered to observe a cease-fire. 'He added that members of the armed forces of Machar (SPLA IO) who surrender must be given protection.
Machar expressed after the bombing of his troops skeptical. He found these attacks by not testify units Kiir,, of its interest in peace. ' Still, the former rebel leader asked his men Monday at self-control. He said the hope not lost for the future.,, I call for calm and restraint during these clashes. Me nothing wrong. No one may take the law into their own hands to destabilize this country. '
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