Minister of Social Welfare Affirms Stability of Humanitarian Situation in Blue Nile, South Kordofan
Khartoum - The Minister of Social Welfare and Security, Amira Al-Fadail, has called on the US administration to put pressure on the government of South Sudan so as to deal positively and resort to peaceful dialogue in addressing all issues.
This came when she received Sunday the US special envoy, Princeton Lyman, the minister called on the Special Envoy to take into consideration the efforts being exerted by the government, affirming the government willingness and keenness to realize peace with the State of South Sudan.
The minister said that the threats of Susan Rice are not helping to the solution of issues, stressing the necessity of resort to dialogue to find political solutions.
Amira Al-Fadil affirmed the stability of the humanitarian situation in the Blue Nile and South Kordofan States, highlighting on the considerable efforts being exerted by the government and the Humanitarian Aid Commission and the civil society organizations in this connection.
She renewed the government readiness to accept international aid provided that it should be distributed through the Sudanese mechanisms, referring to the green light given to some NGOs and UN agencies to work in the joint field surveys in South Kordofan State based on the guidelines set by the government and in collaboration with the Government of South Kordofan State.
The meeting further touched on the tripartite initiative of the UN, the African Union and the Arab League to deliver humanitarian aid to areas held by SPLM, saying that the government is now studying this initiative.
The US Special Envoy affirmed the importance of extending assistance in order to realize stability, stating that the political solution is of great importance.
By SUNA, 19/02/2012