Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Sudan denies smuggling of chemical weapons from Libya to Hamas and Hezbollah through its territories

 The Undersecretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambasador Rahamtalla Mohamed Osman has denied reports published by some web sites alledging Khartoum was rafficking chemical weapons from Libya to Hamas and Hezbollah via the Sudan. Ambassador. Osman described the allegations as unfounded, renewing Sudan’s commitment to the agreement banning spread of chemical weapons.

He said Sudan will take the necessary measures to preserve its right in this connection, adding that the allegations aimed at undermining the efforts being exerted to lift Sudan’s name from the list of the countries sponsoring terrorism.

 

 

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Head of the government delegation for the negotiations in Doha, Dr. Amin Hassan Omer, has declined to comment on efforts of the joint UN and African Union mediator, Djibril Bassole, to return the outlaw Khalil Ibrahim, to the areas of his forces in Darfur aboard a helicopter plane of the United Nations, provided that each of Sudan and Libya shall agree to the flying of this plane in their air spaces