15 April 2018

Sudan: FM Deputy Undersecretary Meets UN Security Council Sanctions Committee

Khartoum — The Deputy Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Ambassador, Omer Siddig received, Sunday, the Head of the UN Security Council Sanction Committee which established in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution No (1591) that includes representatives of the Council's Five Permanent members besides, the concerned experts.

Ambassador Siddig welcomed the committee Chairperson, Juana Veronica, expressing that Sudan government has welcomed what included in the Resolution (2400) concerning the revision of the sanctions system, referring to the positive developments in Darfur.

He underlined that Darfur in need of development, reconstruction efforts and arrangements for the voluntary repatriation in the different states, expressing hope that the visit will contribute to taking concrete measures by the UN Security Council, in this connection.

Meanwhile, the Head of the Sanctions committee has expressed pleasure over the major positive developments in Darfur.


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