Sudan access to areas of war to demand of the House

Sudan access to areas of war to demand of the House

Umm Durmān : Sudan | Apr 03, 2012 at 8:51 AM PDT
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Woman carries water from water hole near Jamam refugee camp in South Sudan's Upper Nile State

International Community including the United States emphasized that the Sudan relief to victim of civil war and South krdufan blue nilenamed access to their States.

Local combatants and the Sudan between the government forces in the fighting, so far as a result of these two States approximately one and a half million resident south Sudan, Kenya and neighboring countries take shelter in Ethiopia have been due to the fighting, the local population food and other relief goods is an urgent need of.

Sudan, and southern Sudan, the special representative forPrinceton lemon says that khartoum without any approval of Southkrdufan blue nile and relief to the affected areas but the permits are available through for there to be possible.

US Assistant Secretary of the Deputy Foreign Minister for population, refugees and immigrants katharine uyznr recently returned from a tour of South Sudan Loti.

He said that the civil war the refugees from areas very remote and difficult thry in the area. According to him, most of the area cataclysmic floods of the portal is situated at the weather rain during the ground contact for six months.

Uyznr says that the weather in the area of ​​rain beginning next month which will be the relief institution in the area as soon as possible to all necessary goods.

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Sudan access to areas of war to demand of the House
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Fauji Fauji is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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