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Sudan condemns attack on Darfur peacekeepers

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February 19, 2010 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese government has strongly condemned the attack on UNAMID police patrol on Tuesday in South Darfur, wounding seven Pakistani soldiers.

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An Indonesian police officer talks to children as he patrols Zamzam refugee camp in North Darfur Feb 8, 2010. (Reuters)

The Sudanese government arrested two people suspected of taking part in the attack. Noureddine Mezni, the UNAMID spokesperson said today the Sudanese authorities captured one of the two vehicles carjacked by the gunmen.

In a statement released Thursday the foreign ministry denounced the attack saying it would spear no effort to bring the perpetrators to justice.

The government further pledged to intensify cooperation with the hybrid operation to prevent such attack on the future against the UNAMID and its personnel.

Ibrahim Gambari the new head of UNAMID met today with Mutrif Siddig, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to discuss the attack.

Cambari stressed the continued consultation and cooperation between the government and UNAMID in order to enable the hybrid operation to carry out its duties in the best conditions. For his part, Mutrif Siddig, stressed the Government’s commitment to support and facilitate the task of UNAMID in Sudan.

(ST)

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  • 19 February 2010 10:36, by Akuma

    If we depend on condemning those culprites without brought them to books, then we are promoting others militias to attack Darfurians, so, we need those people to face justices

    Dr. Akuma, Chicago USA

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  • 19 February 2010 12:08, by sunny

    Dinka and Nuer should know that this Website is for all sudanese and whoever is interested to visit it from the outside world. however, it is not a den of insults and abuses. respect other sudanese’s opinion as well as the net and discuse the developmental affairs here! stop that genetic tribalism!

    Sir-sunny
    Southern sudan

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  • 19 February 2010 14:31, by Simpleman

    I wonder the type of the color Khartoum Government is trying to galvanize on them. it’s very well known that they are the instigators of the fight and again turning condemnation of it. Can’t you realize that you are fooling yourselves and your notorious Part NCP? Waite for the hall that is waiting for your heads because of the daily mutilation of the indents soul in darfur.
    Safe journey to the hall bashir and your NCP.

    By Luate The Great

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