Representatives of 27 tribes of Kass locality in South Darfur on Thursday agreed on peaceful co-existence. They will take measures to ensure security in the area.
A member of one of the tribes told Radio Dabanga that the tribes will secure the markets and roads in the locality, peacefully resolve tribal conflicts, allow livestock to graze seasonally on specified times, refrain from harbouring or protecting criminals, and from payment of blood money for any robber killed by a joint rescue team.
The Commissioner of Kass locality, Sudanese army representatives, and the police welcomed the initiative, and pledged their support.
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