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UN eyes 'hybrid troops' for troubled Darfur
Cat : International Conferences
Date : 2006-11-09 11:23:44                      Reader : 292
still ?! What are UN priorities ? Is it Bolton who dictates UN priorities ? If UN continues adoption of US agenda and drops down other world hot crises, then a new body must be created to look at all with equality, justice , without double standards.

WNN.COM 9/11/2006

UN eyes 'hybrid troops' for troubled Darfur

 

By Irwin Arieff

New York - Frustrated by Sudan's strong opposition to United Nations peacekeepers in Darfur, the UN considered on Wednesday a hybrid African Union-UN force as a way to get around Khartoum's objections.

Such a force could bolster the under-financed and ill-equipped African Union force now in Darfur, which Sudan has accepted, with non-African troops, communications gear and logistical support channelled through the United Nations, UN officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

One way to win approval from Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir might be to put the force under an AU commander who would report to both the African Union and the UN special envoy for Sudan, they said.


 
 
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