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China backs Sudan’s efforts to resolve Darfur crisis - envoy

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Mar 26, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Chinese envoy to the Arab League said China backs Sudanese government efforts to resolve peacefully Darfur crisis in the framework of the African meditation.

The representative of People’s Republic of China to the Arab League affirmed that the stance of his country towards Darfur crisis is clear where it calls for reaching peaceful solution as soon as possible to the problem and backs Sudan’s efforts in this connection.

Interviewed by the state-run SUNA, the Chinese official underlined his country’s support to settlement of Darfur issue in the framework of African Union’s endeavors, expressing satisfaction over close cooperation between Sudan and African Union and the neighboring countries to reach a peaceful solution to the problem.

The Representative of China emphasized the necessity of respect of Sudan sovereignty. He indicated to close contacts between China and the African and Arab countries on the issue of Darfur and other issues of common concern in the international arena.

He added China was present in the African Summit conference, which was held in Khartoum last January.

He further added his current visit to Sudan comes in the framework of participation in the meetings of the Arab summit and that he is carrying a message from Chinese President to the President Omer Al-Bashir

(ST)

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