Wednesday 14 July 2004 BUCHAREST, Romania, July 14, 2004 (Rompres) — The Romanian government decided to offer urgent humanitarian aid to Sudan, for the Darfur area, Romanian Foreign Minister Mircea Geoana said on Tuesday [13 July], at the end of a meeting (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 Editorial, The Khartoum Monitor
Romania must do its best to help Sudan
KHARTOUM August 01, 2004 — The visit by the Romanian Foreign Minister to Sudan is very important, particularly after the UN Security Council had passed a (...)
Saturday 31 July 2004 NEW YORK, July 30, 2004 (dpa) — Romania, a U.N. Security Council member, is sending its foreign minister to Sudan to discuss humanitarian assistance to the population in conflict zones in Darfur, an official said Friday.
Romanian U.N. (...)
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