The Senegalese government has signed a peace deal with separatist rebels in the southern Casamance region to end more than 40 years of conflict.
Senegalese President Mackey Sall announced in Guinea-Bissau on Thursday an agreement signed between senior government officials and the Political and Combat Wing Ad Hoc Committee of the Casamance Democratic Movement.
It requires you to lay down your weapon.
“I remain committed to strengthening lasting peace in Casamance,” Sal said in a statement, thanking President Umar Sissoko Embalo for mediating the agreement.
The agreement aims to end more than 40 years of conflict in the Casamance region in southern Senegal.
Hundreds of military and civilian casualties have been recorded in the conflict.
In March, the military launched a large-scale operation against the rebels, destroying several bases.
Senegal signs deal with separatist rebels
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