Darfur former rebels pledge to release peacekeepers.
the highest government officials and the UN and AU leadership in New
York and Addis Abeba respectively, not only to secure the release of
the hostages but to ensure the continued security and safety of all staff. Yonis is also participated in a meeting of Sector South Crisis Management Team (CMT) in charge of the abduction file. He received from the team members, a full briefing on the different contacts related to this case and the progress made so far in coordination with the State Government authorities in charge of the file. During a meeting with the south Darfur governor, the later told him that abductees would be released very soon. He confirmed that the security forces have adequate information about the abductors and their current hide-out and a strategy for securing the release of the hostages has been worked
out. He called for patience stating that they are handling the situation meticulously in order not to endanger the lives of the hostages. (ST)
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|Date:||Apr 16, 2010|
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