1 March 2018

Sudan: Al-Dabba Underlines Sudan Support to Issues of Refugees and People With No Identity

Khartoum — Sudan is one of the first countries that have long called for reactivation of laws of identity and granting nationalities according to international agreements as well as for protection of rights of child , woman and refugees, State Minister of Justice, Tahani Tora-Dabba said while she was addressing the opening session of Arab Ministerial Conference on " Belonging and Legal Identity" in Tunisia.

The State Minister ,who is chairing Sudan's delegation to the Conference said that Sudan is hosting three million refugees from different nationalities and that they were integrated into the host communities according to directive of President of the Republic, accordingly , she added, the Sudanese Nationality Act was amended on 25 February for improvement of refugees situations in Sudan.

She hoped that the Conference would come out with recommendations alleviating sufferings of refugees in the Arab region and protecting rights of refugees, child and woman to live safe life.


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