Eastern Sudan States Coordinating Council

The Eastern Sudan States Coordinating Council is a body established by the Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement signed by the Government of Sudan and the rebel Eastern Front in June 2006.[1] It seeks to enhance cooperation between the three eastern states of the Republic of Sudan; Kassala, Red Sea and Al Qadarif. The agreement also established an Eastern Sudan Reconstruction and Development Fund to aid wealth-sharing between the central government and the three states. It requires the President of Sudan to appoint one Assistant to the President from nominees presented by the Eastern Front.

Eastern Sudan States Coordinating Council
TypeCoordinating council
Region served
Eastern Sudan
15 members
Official language
Arabic and English
Musa Mohamed Ahmed
Chair of ESSCC
Parent organization
Government of Sudan

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