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Wednesday, 12 December 2018
 

Government Allows for Humanitarian Aid Access to SPLM-N Controlled Areas

Khartoum- Presidential Aide and Deputy Chairman of the National Congress Party (NCP) Dr. Faisal Hassan Ibrahim has affirmed approval of the government for start of

implementation of the proposal of the UN Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Aid for provision of aid from inside the country to the citizens at the areas controlled by SPLM-N at the two areas, especially concerning food and vaccination of children and livestock.
Dr. Faisal said that the government had earlier accepted the American proposal in the humanitarian axis at the peace negotiations, which was rejected by the SPLM-N.
The Deputy Chairman of the NCP was addressing the inaugural session of a workshop on the international normative framework for humanitarian aid, organized by the secretariat of organizations at the NCP in collaboration with international conflicts settlement organization at Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum yesterday.
Dr. Faisal reaffirmed keenness of the NCP and the government on realization of peace and development all over the country, indicating that the NCP gives concern to the organization of civil society and their work in accordance with the international standards, saying that Sudan works for the transference from emergency support to sustainable development.
He promised that the outcome of the workshop would find due concern by the leadership of the state and the party.
Secretary of Organizations Department at the NCP Amal Mahmoud said in a press statement following the inaugural session that the workshop comes in the context of boosting the humanitarian track in the dossier of peace and negotiations, referring to keenness of the NCP on developing policies and capacity building besides coordination and cooperation with the national and international organizations of the civil society for provision of aid to civilians at the areas of conflict.