The Sudanese Government Files a Complaint against Eritrea to the Security Council

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June 27  2005  

The Sudanese government has announced, this morning, that it would file a compliant against Eritrea to the Security Council of the United Nations for destabilizing its eastern part of the country through arming and backing  armed movements up to carry out military actions inside the Sudanese territory, according to ambassador Alfateh Erwa,  ambassador of the Sudan to the United Nations. Ambassador Erwa stated that the foreign minister of the Sudan will handover “an official complaint” against Eritrea for its irresponsible acts that target the stability of the Republic of the Sudan. The Sudanese Foreign Minister will deliver the compliant to Mr. Koffi Annan, Secretary General of the UN and to the Chairman of the Security Council, in his today’s meeting with them after the midday by Khartoum’s timing, according to ambassador Erwa.

The government of the Sudan has already charged the ruling party in Eritrea for supporting with all means an armed movement called “ the Eastern Front” which launched over the last week an intensive military action that claimed  the lives of many civilians in the region of Tuker, Red Sea State.

It is worth mentioning that the Sudanese foreign minister had underscored in a press conference in Washington a day before yesterday that the Sudan had already informed regional and international actors about the irresponsible acts of the PFDJ in Eritrea and its interventionist policy towards the Sudanese affairs.


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