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Sunday, 10 December 2017

Ambassador Aaron Affirms Coordination with Partners to Benefit from Lifting of Sanctions

Khartoum - British Ambassador to Khartoum Michael Aaron said the British Embassy to Khartoum is to hold a workshop with the international community for discussing how to

develop Darfur and extend humanitarian assistances, announcing his country's welcome of the efforts exerted for realizing peace and stability in Darfur.
He said while participating in the inauguration of community security and stability projects in Central Darfur with the participation of a number of ambassadors and donors that the opportunity is now available for Sudan to get more support following the lifting of economic sanctions for realizing more security and stability.
Aaron expressed delight over the realized community security and stability projects in Zalingei. He noted that Britain will work with the international partners in coordination with the Sudanese government to guarantee Sudan's benefit from the opportunity of lifting sanctions.
Central Darfur Governor Shartai Jaafar Abdulhakam has affirmed that rebellion shrunk in the state which witnessed a voluntary return and the tribal problems have now ended noting that the borders are now more safe thanks to the joint Sudanese-Chadian-Central African forces which are working on curbing smuggling and arms collection.
He demanded the United States of America to lift the rest of the sanctions as the citizens suffered at lot from those sanctions
For his part the Commissioner of Disarmament, Demilitarization and Reintegration  Lt. General Salah Al Tayeb has highlighted the efforts made for the operation of stability and community security stressing that there are some 850 of former warriors in need for reintegrating them in the community.