end of hostilities

See: peace
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The end of hostilities is part of a roadmap aiming to create a conducive environment in the country allowing the rebel groups to participate in a comprehensive national dialogue process for peace and constitutional reforms in Sudan.
I believe that the matter of the end of hostilities lies entirely with the Houthis and with Saleh," the minister said.
Mr Melvin, secretary of the Cleveland 8th Army Veterans, went to London for the 60th anniversary celebrations of the end of hostilities in World War II which included a service in Westminster Abbey followed by lunch in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
VE Day marks the official end of hostilities in Europe for the Second World War on May 8,1945, following the formal unconditional surrender of German Forces.
Victory in Europe Day - which marked the end of hostilities with Nazi Germany - saw crowds gather in streets and squares in dozens of North Wales towns to hear the King's speech on May 8, 1945.
The US Seventh Army is warned to prepare for the end of hostilities as more details emerge of Himmler's peace offer.
The true test of today's accord will be in its full and unambiguous implementation, including the durable end of hostilities and the restoration of Ukrainian control over its border with Russia,"Earnest says.
BAGHDAD - Iraqi government employees in areas overrun by militants will not receive their salaries until after the end of hostilities, when they will be given back pay, the cabinet decided Tuesday.
The EU encouraged the immediate end of hostilities across the country, including in the Kachin State.
The 1945 premiere in Moscow was all too real as the sound of cannon fire from outside the hall signalled the end of hostilities in the Second World War.
I only hope Pards doesn't live to regret his policy come the end of hostilities.
James Grant Geary, a Sunrise resident who was a major in the British Army during wartime, recalled the end of hostilities.