No Conflict between Doha and Addis Ababa over Darfur: Government

Khartoum – the Sudanese government has denied the existence of any conflict between what is happening in Addis Ababa and Qatar with regard to the peace process in Darfur.

Dr. Amin Hassan Omer, head of Darfur Peace Office, received a message from the Qatari deputy Prime Minister Ahmed bin Abdallah A’al-Thani, delivered by the Ambassador of Qatar to Sudan, Rashid Bin Abdul Rahman Al Naiemi.

The message comes within the context of continued consultation on the Darfur peace process and within the framework of Qatar role to speed up the peace process and accelerate development in Darfur.

He confirmed that what is going on in Addis Ababa does not contradict with the role of Qatar, saying what is taking place in Addis are talks to achieve ceasefire and the talks are attended by Qatar.

Talks in Addis Ababa are intended to create a conducive environment for the success of national dialogue, he said.

He said Qatar signed agreement with UN in NY to implement development projects in Darfur at $500 million. These projects confirm continuity of partnership with Qatar to broaden and speed up the peace process and development in the region.


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