Meirghani for Egyptian- Libyan forces in Darfur
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 3/20/2006
Chairman of the Sudanese opposition National Democratic Alliance party Muhammad al-Meirghani called on Egypt and Libya to dispatch forces to Darfur after consultations with the Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
This came following talks Meirghani held in Cairo with the secretary general of the Arab league Amr Moussa.
Meirghani stressed that he is looking forward to the next Arab summit in Khartoum in order to find out solutions to the standing Sudanese problems which "threaten Sudan of unsafe foreign interventions."
He added that he had discussed with Moussa the situation in Darfur expressing hope that progress will be attained after the meetings which were held in Tripoli.
He indicated that there is a delegation from the federal party that will meet the delegation of the Arab League before leaving Cairo for Abuja to bridge view points among conflicting sides, in the hope that an agreement will be reached before the 6 months period set by the African peace and UN Security Council to this effect.
Meantime, the advisor for the Algerian President Abdul Aziz Balkhadem said that his country refuses any foreign intervention and rejects the existence of the UN forces in Sudan.
Balkhadem, whose country presides over the current rotating presidency of the Arab League said that Algeria's policy is in support of Sudan's unity and hopes that the negotiations concerning Darfur would result in approving an African military presence rather than a western or UN presence under the cover of keeping peace in Darfur.
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