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The significance of absence by the special envoys from U.S., U.K. and France from the meeting held today in North Darfur capital city of El-Fasher to assess the political, humanitarian and security situation.

 

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

July 5, 2010 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese government today downplayed the significance of absence by the special envoys from U.S., U.K. and France from the meeting held today in North Darfur capital city of El-Fasher to assess the political, humanitarian and security situation.

Photo handout from UNAMID showing (from left to right) Russian special envoy Mikhail Margelov, joint United Nations and African Union mediator Dijibril Bassole, UNAMID Joint Special Representative Ibrahim Gambari, North Darfur State Governor, Osman Mohammed Yousif Kibir July 5, 2010 (Olivier Chassot)
Sudanese media said that the three envoys notified the organizers of their non-participation but no reason was given.
The Sudanese official in charge of the Darfur dossier Ghazi Salah Al-Deen told reporters that he does not wish to comment on their absence saying "it is up to them" noting that they were the ones who agreed to the time and place of the meeting.
He further said that he has no knowledge of "administrative and logistical" difficulties preventing their attendance.
Among the attendees at the summit were the Chinese envoy to Africa Liu Guijin, Russian envoy to Sudan Mikhail Margelov, joint United Nations and African Union mediator Dijibril Bassole along with officials from the Arab League and Europe.
On Sunday, a source close to the meetings that start on Monday attributed U.S. special envoy Scott Gration’s absence to "disagreements" between the head of the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) Ibrahim Gambari whose headquarters are in El-Fasher.
It is not clear if U.K. and French envoys followed Gration’s suit for the same reasons.
Sudan official news agency (SUNA) quoted Arab League ambassador to Sudan Salah Halima as saying that there was agreement among all participants that the Doha forum for negotiations should be the only one amid reports that Libya wants to move the talks to Tripoli in a position similar to that of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) which boycotted the negotiations.
Halima expressed optimism that the July 15th date to conclude the negotiations could be met but said that this could be further extended if needed.
A statement issued by the participants stressed that "it was imperative to reach a lasting solution to the conflict in Darfur before the end of the year, so that peace can take hold throughout Sudan ahead of the crucial referendum on the self?determination of South Sudan in January 2011".
"All efforts must be made to convince all Movements to come to the negotiation table without delay".
JEM froze its participation in the Doha peace talks accusing Khartoum of breaching a cessation of hostilities agreement. The rebel group also accused the host country of favoring the Sudanese government.
The resolution of the conference called also on the government of Sudan to play the leading role to improve security and bring sustainable development to Darfur, noting that its role "cannot be replaced by external actors".
The spokesperson for JEM Ahmed Hussein criticized today’s meeting saying that Khartoum is using it as a "public relations cover for continuing violence against Darfur civilians".
Hussein also slammed Gambari and called on the UN Secretary General to evaluate his performance on the job saying that he has failed fulfill his mandate or expose government attacks on civilians. The JEM official said that Gambari is instead focusing on competing with the joint mediator Dijibril Bassole to take ownership of the political process.
He also hailed the countries which boycotted the meeting and accused China and Russia of being unable to maintain same proximity with all parties to the Darfur conflict.
The Darfur rebel leader Abdel Wahid Al-Nur condemned the summit saying it is held at the headquarters where Khartoum planned genocide against the people of Darfur.
The Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) chief said that there is no point of the gathering describing the international community as being divided on how to resolve the crisis in the region because each is looking for his own interest "with a regime that lacks credibility".
"The meetings will contribute nothing to alleviate the sufferings of Darfuris," Al-Nur said.
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