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Friday, July 30, 2004

Sudan rejects Security Council resolution

July 30, 2004
Sudan's government rejected a U.N. Security Council resolution adopted Friday, saying it conflicted with existing agreements with the world body.

"Sudan expresses its deep sorrow that the issue of Darfur has quickly entered the Security Council and has been hijacked from its regional arena," Information Minister El-Zahawi Ibrahim Malik said in a statement issued in Arabic in Khartoum.

His declaration came hours after the Security Council endorsed the resolution, which gave the Sudanese government 30 days to disarm Arab militias blamed for the deaths of thousands in Darfur or face diplomatic and economic penalties. FR Reprint.


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