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Sudan accused of invading Chad
Cat : Peace And Security
Date : 2006-11-16 12:48:42                      Reader : 311
accomplishing its plan, U.S. will not leave Sudan free. The black gold and wealth's of Sudan stimulated U.S. to conger Sudan through its neighbors. Even the South now is under U.S. control, but that is not enough !!

 

BBCNEWS.COM 16/11/2006

Sudan accused of invading Chad

 

A Chadian diplomat has accused its neighbour, Sudan, of invading his country and destabilising the region.
Chad's ambassador to Ethiopia said Sudan was to blame for repeated aggression in his country since 2004.

Maitine Djoumbe said the African Union should have the courage to condemn this and called for immediate intervention.

The Chadian government has declared a state of emergency in the south-east where escalating violence has forced some 70,000 villagers from their homes.

Earlier this week, the United Nations warned that violence in the area was spiralling out of control

The agency said that at least 20 villages had been attacked by men who appeared to be ethnically Arab, in incidents that mirrored what had been occurring just across the border in Sudan's Darfur region.

Eastern Chad and Darfur have a similar ethnic make-up and the two governments have swapped charges of backing rebels.

'Undermining the peace'

Mr Djoumbe told the AU's Peace and Security Council that he wants the organisation to adopt a resolution calling for the government in Khartoum to stop all hostile flights over Chadian airspace, to stop its invasion against Chad and to stop providing support to rebel groups.

This is not the time to prevaricate or to seek to prevent the conflict between Khartoum and N'Djamena since it already exists

Chad diplomat Maitine Djoumbe

"This is not an internal Chadian conflict as some persons believed. It is an invasion of Chad by Sudan and Africa should be capable of calling on the government of Sudan to put an end to it," he said.

"It is a planned destabilisation of the entire central African sub region and the AU should have the courage to condemn it."

He said repeated aggression since 2004 was inevitably intended to undermine the peace, security and stability of the continent.

No resolution

Both Chad and Central African Republic have called for the deployment of international peacekeepers to secure their borders with Sudan

But Sudan's government refuses to permit a robust UN peacekeeping force to relieve an over-stretched African Union contingent in Darfur.

"This is not the time to prevaricate or to seek to prevent the conflict between Khartoum and N'Djamena since it already exists," the ambassador said.

The BBC's Amber Henshaw in Addis Ababa, home to the AU's headquarters, said the session broke up with no resolution.

But the Peace and Security Council said they would call another meeting to hear from the Sudanese government about these accusations.

In April, Chad rebels reached the capital, N'Djamena, before being repulsed.

Sudan denied claims it had backed Chad's rebels, while Chad denied supporting the black African rebels in Darfur.

Some two million people have been displaced in Darfur and at least 200,000 are estimated to have died in the three-and-a-half year conflict.

Sudan's government says it is disarming Arab militias, known as Janjaweed, who have been accused of carrying out genocide on its behalf.


 
 
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