Japan, Germany allocate $1 million each to support national dialogue

Japan, Germany allocate $1 million each to support national dialogue

Japan and Germany have allocated $1 million dollars each to help and support South Sudan’s National Dialogue.This came after the Government asked the international communities to support the National Dialogue and be part of the country’s healing process.

The money will be used for the implementation of the national dialogue in the country.

President Salva Kiir last year appointed more than 30 eminent persons as members to the National Dialogue that will mend communities ties in the country.

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