February 12, 2013 (WASHINGTON) – A US congressman on Tuesday sent a letter to incoming secretary of state John Kerry calling for the appointment of a new special envoy to Sudan, saying that peace efforts in the region need “reinvigorating”. “I urge you, among your first acts as secretary, to move swiftly to appoint a new Sudan special envoy to fill the vacancy left by Princeton Lyman’s announced departure,” representative Frank Wolf said in a letter to Kerry released by his office today. Lyman (...)
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