Sudan starts releasing blocked Unamid supplies

Sudan starts releasing blocked Unamid supplies


10-22-2015, 06:22 PM


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Title: Sudan starts releasing blocked Unamid supplies
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Date: 10-22-2015, 06:22 PM

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Containers at Port Sudan (file photo)
Containers at Port Sudan (file photo)

Sudan has begun releasing food rations and other supplies for Unamid peacekeepers in Darfur.

Last week, members of the UN Security Council accused the Sudanese authorities of withholding supplies for the nearly 20,000 military and police personnel of the joint UN-AU peacekeeping Mission in Darfur (Unamid).

“Unamid reports that 52 containers have been released by the Sudanese authorities and are presently being loaded and moved by the contractor to Khartoum from Port Sudan,” UN spokesman Farhan Haq said in a statement on Wednesday.

“A further 91 containers are currently being processed while the remaining 60 are at different stages of the clearance process,” he added.

Khartoum justified the holding of the containers by saying that that the international peacekeeping mission, which began operations in 2007, did not have proper clearance for the shipment.

Sudan's UN Ambassador Omar Dahab Mohamed toldandnbsp;Reutersandnbsp;that Unamid chief Abiodun Bashua “intentionally ignored and surpassed” agreed mechanisms for dealing with the clearance of the containers as well as the issuance of visas.

A UN peacekeeping official rejected the allegation and said that Unamid followed the agreed on procedures in this case and on other areas of disagreements, such as the issuance of visas.

(Source: UN,andnbsp;Louis Charbonneau/Reuters)



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  • Women Politicians’ alliance calls for release of female detainees
  • Sudan's rebels to consult AU in Addis this Sunday
  • Sudan security detains women protesters in Omdurman
  • Umma Party protesters hand memo to Sudan security
  • Farouq Abu –Issa says consensus forces do not oppose Paris Declaration
  • Sudan's National Dialogue clinically dead: National Umma Party
  • Paris Declaration signatories to meet with AUHIP chairman: Sudan’s Umma Party
  • Umma Party threatens ruling party of uprising
  • Security bans activists to hand over memorandum to human rights commission
  • Pretoria Welcome the Paris Declaration
  • The National Congress Party: Al-Mahdi seeks “political stardom”
  • UN rights expert urges Sudan to free all political detainees to enable an inclusive national dialog
  • Deputy Chairwoman of Umma Party transported to female prison in Omdurman
  • National Congress describes Paris Declaration as “jump in the dark”
  • Al-Mahdi tables united diversity charter in opposition meeting in Paris
  • Umma Party boycotts coming elections
  • Umma Party renews rejection to participate in national dialogue
  • Federal Umma Party did not rule out joining opposition
  • Ghandour: Al-Mahdi did not wash his hands off dialogue
  • The National Committee for the advocacy of Ibrahim al Shaikh
  • Sudan: End Arbitrary Detention of Activists Investigate Allegations of Torture, Abuse
  • Parliament to invite opposition leaders to attend hearing session on elections law
  • Darfur 2014: Time to Reframe the Narrative
  • Politicians: Release of Al-Mahdi puts dialogue on right track
  • Sudan releases detained Umma Party leader Al-Mahdi
  • Sources: Opposition and Revolutionary Front to meet in Paris
  • Umma and SPLM-North: End of regime is near
  • Security arrests four members of solidarity committee and detainees’ families
  • Umma and Communist Parties call for releasing detainees
  • Court to issue verdict on Sara Abdel-Baghi killing case on Wednesday
  • A National Dialogue, or a National (Congress Party) Monologue؟
  • Solidarity committee to protest at Human Rights Commission
  • Authorities treat Al-Mahdi decently amid expectation of his release soon
  • State Security Prosecutor: Al-Mahdi under legal custody with consideration of renewal
  • Former foreign minister criticizes prosecution of Mariam and arrest of Al-Mahdi
  • AU warns against consequences of arresting Al-Mahdi
  • Alliance of Al-Gezira and Al-Managel farmers urge release of Al-Mahdi
  • Hilal describes arrest of Al-Mahdi as backtrack on national dialogue
  • Security denies failed coup attempt in Sudan
  • Solidarity Committee urges immediate release of detainees
  • SPLM-north: We will not sign bilateral agreement with government
  • Revolutionary Front describes legal measures against Al-Mahdi as desperate move
  • Minawi accuses Rapid Support Forces of killing people and burning villages
  • Umma Party leader charged by Sudan security, SPLM-N warns for new militia recruits
  • Security and Intelligence Service sues Al-Sadeq Al-Mahdi
  • Mubarak Al-Fadil and Al-Amin to address public symposium in Medani
  • Leaders of Sudanese national front meet in Washington
  • Sudan opposition suspends parties for joining National Dialogue
  • 'Sudan security agents block political forum': opposition party
  • Sudan's Bashir unveils political reforms
  • The Sudanese President Omer Al-Bashir orders release of political detainees
  • Dr. Al-Sadeq Al-Hadi Al-Mahdi: Sudanese Communist Party involved in Al-Gezira Aba massacres
  • A comprehensive peace Khartoum: Hussein Saad
  • Sudanese opposition announces 4 conditions for accepting dialogue with regime
  • Umma Party: Communist Party hands are stained with bloods
  • Opposition ridicules Al-Mahdi statement his opponents envy him for Pr
  • Sudan’s opposition leader denies that his party agreed to participate


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