Foreign Ministry Summons Ambassadors of Security Council on Background of ICC Prosecutor's Regular Report (17/12/2011)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tuesday and Wednesday summoned ambassadors of a number of the Security Council member states, Russia, China, France, Britain, the United States and India, separately, on the background of the Security Council's sitting next Thursday which is due to discuss the 14th regular report of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Meanwhile, the Director of the International Cooperation Department, Ambassador Omer Dahab, informed the ambassadors on the latest developments pertinent to the implementation of Doha Document on Peace in Darfur, which received support of the UN through the Security Council resolution 2003, besides the support of the Arab League, the African Union and international partners. Ambassador Dahab also referred to a number of positive reports issued by the UN Assistant Secretary General for Peace-Keeping Operations, the Joint Mediator of the UN and African Union for Darfur and the UN experts team formed under the resolution 1591, which have affirmed improvement of the humanitarian and security situation in Darfur as well as progress of Darfur region toward realization peace and stability. Ambassador Dahab called on the ambassadors to make their countries take into consideration the progress achieved in Sudan while discussing the regular report of the ICC prosecutor.
(Source: Sudan News Agency 17th December 2011)