Title: Central Africa Republic asks Sudan help affected people
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 05-06-2014, 03:40 PM
Khartoum-The Central Africa Republic asked Sudan to help with ending the conflict and delivering the humanitarian assistance for the affected people .The speaker of Central Africa Republic Parliament has revealed Sudanese-Chadian –Central African joint forces in Central Africa Republic, saying that these forces are not enough to control the complicated security situations.
He further urged for consolidating these forces and for intervention by neighboring countries.
Speaking to a press conference upon talks with the speaker of the Parliament Al-Fateh Izz-Eddin on Sunday, he said that the visit came to support the participation of the Sudanese forces in the joint forces in his country and benefit from Sudan experiences of dialogue in ending the tension.
He warned that the delay in the intervention of neighbors and deployment of forces will worsen the catastrophic situation in the country, denying ethnic conflict between Muslims and Christians. He accused foreign circles of igniting the conflict to control the resources of central Africa.
Pledging to provide the affected people with security and humanitarian support, the speaker of the Sudanese Parliament called on Chad to play a role on putting an end to the conflict. He said that Sudan will not fall in the trap of supporting one party against the other.
The speaker of Central Africa Republic Parliament has attributed the conflict in his country to practices of forces that utilized the assumption of Presidency by a Muslim president in 2013. He said that these forces committed acts of #####ng, killing and rape besides utilization of the situation by some politicians’ to portray that Muslims are not fit for running the people affairs. He added that some politicians hired mercenaries to ignite the conflict and kill Muslims a matter that led to the chaos.
The Speaker of the Sudanese Parliament announced readiness to broker the foes in Central Africa Republic. He announced contribution in aiding the affected people.