The President cautioned the leaders against the dangers of pushing sectarianism and forgetting development and economic transformation
Former first vice-president of South Sudan, Riek Machar has also arrived in the capital Juba after fleeing two years ago.
Truth and accountability are high among the missing puzzle in efforts to stop the five-year brutality
The group also documented "systematic sexual violence", rape and gang-rape as well as abductions of women and girls
Hopes are high that the agreement, the details of which were not announced, will end the war which has cost the lives of tens of thousands of people.
Machar had initially refused to approve the deal on Tuesday, before finally agreeing to it after mediation by Khartoum.
The rebel leader refused to sign the final peace deal even as Juba inked it.
Both President Salva Kiir and Dr Riek Machar are former rebel leaders who rose to power during Sudan's 1983-2005 civil war between north and south.
The power-sharing deal lays out a plan for a 35-minister transitional government including 20 Kiir allies and nine backers of Machar, along with representatives...
The latest agreement is part of renewed regional diplomatic efforts to end a conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people.
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