Sudan warns British envoy over supporting rebels moves
Sudan-UK, Politics, 12/25/2002
The Sudanese National Council has strongly warned the British envoy to Sudan Allen Ghoulti over his moves which were described as inappropriate and his support for conferences for the rebels and political forces "behind the back of the Sudanese government."
The chairman of the council, Ahmad Ibrahim al-Taher, has called on the British envoy to ask the permission of the Sudanese government in all his moves and activities he makes in Sudan, calling on the specialized Sudanese departments to be very cautious and to follow up any attempt aiming at violating the national security and destabilizing the country under the pretext of peace.
Al-Taher said in a session held by the council on Monday that Goulti started to move in an appropriate way in the country, the way he did when he was his country's ambassador in Khartoum during the 1990 's. A matter which then provoked the Sudanese government to ask him to leave the country.
However, the demand of the Sudanese national council of Goulti to get permission for his moves is because of what was stated that Britain had prepared for and financed the Kampala conference for the people of al-Nouba mountain in Sudan, as well as Goulti's taking part in "Dem Mansour" conference in the Upper Nile which was organized by the rebels movement led by John Garang, as well receiving a memorandum from the people of al-Nouba mountain calling for self rule for their areas.
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