Tuesday, June 12, 2018

United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army contacts international and regional actors

Freedom, Justice, Peace, Democracy

Under the leadership of United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army Mr Ali Haroun Dood , the Secretary of Foreign Affairs Mr Adam Smith will conduct a series of contacts on international and regional levels with friends, sympathizers and supporters of human rights for the just cause in Darfur.

Mr Smith will contact a number of human rights organizations, influential figures in foreign policy arenas towards Sudan, officials of some friendly countries and the leaders of revolutionary forces as the Sudanese regime and its militias have exacerbated in committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing against unarmed civilians as occurred in Khams Dagaig internally displaced persons camp, Ardeba camp and Hijeer Tuno in Darfur within the last four weeks. 

Sudanese regime is also systematic targeting and harassing the Sudanese people in Darfur, the Nuba Mountains, the Blue Nile, eastern Sudan and the far north of Sudan, especially Darfurians holding nationalities of other countries when they return to Sudan as visitors.
Mr Smith will also discuss ways to cooperate in implementing international resolutions issued by the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.

The Secretary of Foreign Affairs will report back for guidance on the path forward in facing an ongoing genocide that has been escalated by the Sudanese regime at an alarming pace in Darfur. 

Secretary of Information Affairs
United Sudan Movement / Army
10 June 2018

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