Khartoum resists calls for military intervention in Darfur
Sudan, Politics, 7/26/2004
The Sudan's liberation movement has urged the international community to send forces to Darfur to ensure the transfer of food aid to people there.
The spokesman for the movement Abdul Wahid Muhammad Nur said " we urge the UN, the UN secretary general and the European Union and the African Federation to send urgently forces in order to ensure the transport of aids to the refugees and thereby to avert a humanitarian crisis in the next coming days." Nur alleged that Jangaweid militias prevent the accession of food staffs to the refugees and continue cease fire violations.
However, Khartoum's answer to a military intervention remarks over Darfur crisis came quick and clear as the Sudanese foreign minister expressed his country's strong rejection to this interference, stressing that there is no need to that because his country's government is working all its best to dismantle the militias from weapons.
Mustafa questioned in an interview with the BBC " why it should be in a hurry and discussing the military intervention while the situation is improving in Darfur?" The Sudanese minister stressed that Khartoum is proceeding in implementing the agreement which it had signed with the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan three weeks ago and it states direct disarming of the Jangaweid and outlawed armed gangs in Darfur.
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