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The Sudanese foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour said that his country is committed to ensuring that the hybrid peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) leaves the restive region and said that he stressed to UN officials in New York that Khartoum is sticking to the results of the meetings of the Tripartite Commission between with the United Nations (UN) and the African Union (AU). Ghandour speaking to reporters after his return from UN general assembly meetings on Monday said that his government had reached previous understandings on an exit strategy for UNAMID saying it’s a matter of sovereignty. The minister emphasized that Sudan is not in confrontation with the UN and pointed to the three meetings he held at the UN headquarters with the Secretary-General and his assistant as well as the political committee formed by the UN Security Council (UNSC) to work on UNAMID exit strategy. Last June the Sudanese government said the UN has retracted from an agreement reached by the trip ...
It’s clear that Sudan has been maintaining good intention and ties with neighbours, but some neighbours do the opposite due to misunderstanding or lack of ethics of good neighbourliness. These co
The involvement of some NGOs, UN or UNAMID officials in anti Sudan activities in favour of certain circles is not shocking or strange. Some countries have been using these organizations to achieve som
The decision taken by African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) in its 503rd meeting held on 30 April 2015 intervening in Sudanese dispute is absolutely contradictive. First of all, the Coun