Sudan calls on UNSC to condemn 'Israeli attack'

By REUTERS
October 25, 2012 07:29

 
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KHARTOUM - Sudan on Wednesday called on the UN Security Council to condemn Israel after it accused the Jewish State of carrying out an airstrike in the country,  causing a huge explosion and fire at an arms factory in Khartoum that killed two people.

Sudan's UN Ambassador Daffa-Alla Elhag Ali Osman called on the UN Security Council to condemn the attack "because it is a blatant violation of the concept of peace and security."

"It jeopardizes peace and security in the entire region, not just in Sudan," he told the council during a briefing on UN peacekeepers in Darfur. "We call on you to stop foreign hands from meddling in the Darfur conflict and to help Sudan arrive at a final solution that would maintain peace and security."

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