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Joint Mediation Exposes Darfur Peace Document to UN, Arab League and African Union.

Doha, June 14 (SUNA) - The Qatari Mediation began new steps to inform the partners in Darfur peace process about the outcome of the Conference of Stakeholders in Darfur which was held in Doha during May 27 - 31, with participation of the civil society organizations, the armed Darfurian movements, delegations of the government, international partners, envoys of super countries and representatives of the Arab League and the African UnionIn a press statement, head of the government delegation for the negotiations in Doha, Dr. Amin Hassan Omer, said that the committee of the international and Qatari mediation, co-headed by the Qatari State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ahmed bin Abdalla Al-Mahmoud, and the joint representative of the UN and the African Union, Djibril Bassole, have visited the Ethiopian capital, and delivered to the African Union the Document of Peace in Darfur which was ratified by the people of DarfurDr. Omer said that the Mediation Committee also arrived in Cairo to inform the Arab League on the peace process in Darfur and Darfur Peace DocumentHe said that the Mediation Committee would also leave for New York next week to meet with the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, to acquaint him with Darfur Peace Document, stressing that the document has included a comprehensive solution for Darfur people issuesMeanwhile, Dr. Omer said that the government and the Liberation and Justice Movement are ready to sign Darfur Peace Document in the coming short periodMO/MOBack

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