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SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS MISSION IN ERITREA, ETHIOPIA UNTIL 15 SEPTEMBER UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTING RESOLUTION 1531 (2004) 12 Mar 2004
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Sudanese government vetoes Eritrean mediation in Darfur talks

 

BBC Monitoring. Copyright BBC.

April 20, 2004

 

 

Apr 20, 2004 (BBC Monitoring via COMTEX) -- The government delegation will today head for the Chadian capital, Ndjamena, to resume political negotiations with the Darfur [western Sudan] rebels.

The talks are aimed at reaching a solution to restore peace and stability in the region. Meanwhile, the government has rejected the rebels' proposal to have Eritrea as a mediator in the negotiations. At the same time, it reiterated its commitment to disarm militias and bring to justice all those involved [in attacks] The minister of external relations, Mustafa Uthman Isma'il, said Ndjamena political talks would start today in accordance with the official statement sent to the government by the Chadian mediator. The minister explained that the government delegation would be the same as before. [Passage omitted] For his part, the minister of information, Al-Zahawi Ibrahim Malik, said the government would not accept Eritrea as the mediator in the talks because "The [Eritrean] regime is against Sudan's peace and interests and we do not want Eritrea to be involved in the Darfur issue." [Passage omitted]

Source: Al-Ayyam, Khartoum, in Arabic 20 Apr 04

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