February 25, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese government has paid $516,085 to the United Nations to reinstate its voting rights after being suspended over the accumulation of financial arrears.
Deputy spokesperson for the secretary-general, Eduardo del Buey, confirmed the figure to Sudan Tribune on Monday after the funds were received at the UN’s headquarters in New York.
Sudan, which owes $1 million, needed to pay a minimum of $347,879 to regain its voting rights.
The UN General Assembly (...)
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