Nov 20, 2005 (KHARTOUM) — The spokesman of the African Union Mission in the Sudan (AMIS), Noureddine Mezni, has dismissed media reports that AU has postponed the seventh session of the Abuja peace talks by one week due to logistical reasons.
He said the seventh Abuja peace talks will be held on 28 November instead of 21 November.
Mezni said to the Sudanese Radio "I would like to confirm that the seventh session of the Abuja talks will be on 21 November 2005 and I would like to add that (...)
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