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Thursday, 26 April 2018

Sudan Demands Neighbouring Countries to Stop Harbouring Armed Groups

Khartoum - Sudanese observers and experts have welcomed the operation of reducing peace keeping forces in Darfur United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) for another year so that its mission may end in June 2018.
The move was discussed by the United Nations Security Council and voted on in a special session
Observers have described this move as a step in the right direction and successful as the presence of the UNAMID is costly and may cost billions of dollars which would have been benefited from in Sudan development.
University teacher at expatriates university Al-Kheir Mohamed Al-Nayer said the recent unrest in north and East Darfur were caused  by the armed movements coming from neigbourhood countries proposing in a statement to Sudan Vision Daily that the world community , namely the United Nations to take stern decision equivalent to the decision taken against the government provided the move respond to sit with the government for peace in Sudan along with obligating the neighboring countries not harbour armed movements in their countries .
He stressed that such decisions can be fruitful noting that the Sudanese government has done every efforts for deterring these movements and ending them however there are secret hand s standing behind these movements intending to destabilize Sudan.