منتديات سودانيزاونلاين    مكتبة الفساد    ابحث    اخبار و بيانات    مواضيع توثيقية    منبر الشعبية    اراء حرة و مقالات   
News and Press Releases    اتصل بنا    Articles and Views    English Forum    ناس الزقازيق   
Welcome Guest [Login]
Your last visit: 09-21-2017, 05:46 PM Home

News and Press Releases Sudan: ICRC facilitates transfer of three members of government armed

Printable Version   Forward   Threaded View « Previous Topic | Next Topic »
Jump to newest reply in thread »

Sudan: ICRC facilitates transfer of three members of government armed

01-06-2014, 03:54 AM
sudaneseonline









Sudan: ICRC facilitates transfer of three members of government armed

    ICRC News Release No. 14/01
    5 January 2014



    Sudan: ICRC facilitates transfer of three members of government armed forces in Darfur

    Khartoum/Geneva (ICRC) – Three members of the Sudanese government armed forces were released today in Darfur by an armed opposition group, Sudan Liberation Movement for Justice (LMJ). The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in its capacity as a neutral intermediary, facilitated their transfer. The three men were taken by helicopter to Al Fashir, the capital of North Darfur, where they were placed in the care of the Sudanese authorities.

    "This is the first such operation this year. In 2013, the ICRC assisted in handovers involving a total of 80 people, including South Sudanese prisoners of war released by the Sudanese authorities, and members of the Sudanese armed forces and civilians released by armed opposition groups," said Maurice Grundbacher, head of the ICRC sub-delegation in Al Fashir, who led the three-member ICRC team facilitating the transfer.

    ICRC delegates spoke privately with the released personnel before the operation to make sure that they were being transferred of their free will and that they were fit to travel. "The ICRC remains ready to play its role as a neutral intermediary in further such operations if asked to do so by the parties concerned," said Mr Grundbacher.

    The ICRC has been working in Sudan since 1978. In 2003 it extended its operations to Darfur, where it helps people suffering the effects of armed conflict and other violence.

    For further information, please contact:
    Adil Sharif, ICRC Khartoum (for Arabic), tel: +249 1 83 476 464 or +249 91 213 77 64
    Rafiullah Qureshi, ICRC Khartoum (for English), tel: +249 1 83 476 464 or +249 912 170576
    Anastasia Isyuk, ICRC Geneva, tel: +41 79 251 93 02
    or visit our website: www.icrc.org

    To preview and download the latest ICRC video footage in broadcast quality, go to
    www.icrcvideonewsroom.org

    To find out what the ICRC is doing to put an end to attacks on health workers and patients, go to
    www.healthcareindanger.org

    Follow the ICRC on facebook.com/icrc and twitter.com/icrc
                  

Arabic Forum

[Post A Reply] Page 1 of 1:   <<  1  >>

Comments of SudaneseOnline.com readers on that topic:

Sudan: ICRC facilitates transfer of three members of government armed
at FaceBook
Report any abusive and or inappropriate material




فيديوهات سودانيزاونلاين Sudanese Online Videos
Latest Posts in English Forum
Articles and Views
اراء حرة و مقالات
News and Press Releases
اخبار و بيانات
اخر المواضيع فى المنبر العام
صور سودانيزاونلاين SudaneseOnline Images
ويكيبيديا سودانيز اون لاين
Sudanese Online Wikipedia



فيس بوك جوجل بلس تويتر انستقرام يوتيوب بنتيريست Google News
الرسائل والمقالات و الآراء المنشورة في المنتدى بأسماء أصحابها أو بأسماء مستعارة لا تمثل بالضرورة الرأي الرسمي لصاحب الموقع أو سودانيز اون لاين بل تمثل وجهة نظر كاتبها
لا يمكنك نقل أو اقتباس اى مواد أعلامية من هذا الموقع الا بعد الحصول على اذن من الادارة
About Us
Contact Us
About Sudanese Online
اخبار و بيانات
اراء حرة و مقالات
صور سودانيزاونلاين
فيديوهات سودانيزاونلاين
ويكيبيديا سودانيز اون لاين
منتديات سودانيزاونلاين
News and Press Releases
Articles and Views
SudaneseOnline Images
Sudanese Online Videos
Sudanese Online Wikipedia
Sudanese Online Forums
If you're looking to submit News,Video,a Press Release or or Article please feel free to send it to [email protected]

© 2014 SudaneseOnline.com


Software Version 1.3.0 © 2N-com.de