Sudan to Cooperate With Hague Court on Indicted Citizens

The transitional government and the armed movements that signed the peace agreement in Juba have affirmed their willingness to "full and unlimited cooperation" with the International Criminal Court regarding the indicted Sudanese. In accordance with the agreement, Sudan will allow easy access for prosecutors and investigators to victims, witnesses, and investigation sites.

A view of the International Criminal Court (ICC) premises.

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