SUDAN - June 5 - Call For Lifting Of Sanctions.
Sudan calls for the lifting of sanctions Sanctions is the plural of sanction. Depending on context, a sanction can be either a punishment or a permission. The word is a contronym.
Sanctions involving countries:
See also Murder.
Fanatical Moslem sect that smoked hashish and murdered Crusaders (11th—12th centuries). [Islamic Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 52]
conspirator and assassin of Julius Caesar. [Br. attempt against Egyptian Pres. Mubarak in Addis Ababa Addis Ababa (ăd`ĭs ăb`əbə) [Amharic,=new flower], city (1994 pop. 2,112,737), capital of Ethiopia. It is situated at c.8,000 ft (2,440 m) on a well-watered plateau surrounded by hills and mountains. . In a letter to the president of the UN Security Council, Sudanese FM Ismail says his country had made "sincere and pragmatic efforts to comply" with the demands made upon it. He says inquiries conducted over the years "show that no trace has been found of the 3 suspects" in Sudan, to which they were alleged to have fled. Ismail also lists a series of steps that he said Sudan had taken since the council called on it to desist from engaging in terrorist activities and to improve its relations with its neighbours This article is about an Australian soap opera. For other articles with similar names, see Neighbours (disambiguation).
Neighbours is a long-running Australian soap opera, which began its run in March 1985. . (The sanctions, which went into force in May 1996, require all states to reduce the number of Sudanese diplomatic personnel on their territory and to restrict the entry of Sudanese government officials. The council decided in Aug. 1996 to impose sanctions against flights by Sudanese aircraft. But those measures did not go into effect since the council did not adopt a follow-up resolution setting a date for their entry into force.) Ismail asks the president to "convene CONVENE, civil law. This is a technical term, signifying to bring an action. a meeting of the Security Council in order to lift the sanctions imposed on the country" in light of the "practical and concrete measures" that he said his government had taken to meet the council's demands. (Separate supporting letters are sent to the council president by the chairman of the 22-member Arab Group of states, Ambassador Abdullah Baali of Algeria, and by South African Ambassador Dumisani Kumalo Dumisani S. Kumalo is the Permanent Representative of the Republic of South Africa to the United Nations.
He spoke to the UN General Assembly on April 13, 2004, encouraging participation of the member nations of the United Nations, on the matter of the Kimberley Process , as chairman of the 114-member of the non-aligned group of states.)