» Monday, October 18, 2004


Asked if it was not time for the UK to decide whether what had happened in Darfur could be considered genocide, the PMOS said that it was for an independent UN inquiry commission to make that decision. We had pledged to support them in whatever we could. The Prime Minister had set out his position regarding the situation in Darfur very clearly during his recent visit to Khartoum. The Sudanese Government was therefore well aware of our views.

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