Khartoum – Participants in the peace-building seminar that ended in Rwanda, called for a visit to Sudan to learn about its disarmament, demobilization and reintegration experience as an experience of regional and international interest..
DDR Director of External Relations, Dr. Mahmoud Zain Al-Abidine said that a delegation of the commission under his chairmanship participated in this seminar organized by the Disarmament Commission in Rwanda in cooperation with the Japanese International Development Agency (JICA).)
He said that the seminar, which was attended by delegations from Sudan, Somalia, South Sudan, Congo, Nigeria and Rwanda, a number of ambassadors of countries, university research centers, UN organizations and international organizations, discussed the policies and interventions, and projects of disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and its contributions to the consolidation and sustainability of peace and the creation of conditions for social and economic development.
He said that the Sudanese delegation presented a presentation on Sudan’s experience in the field of disarmament, demobilization, security and stability projects and the efforts of the state to promote peace in the national and regional levels, stressing that delegations praised this experience and asked to visit Sudan to find out about its experience and apply it in their countries..
He said that the seminar adopts recommendations for the African-Japanese summit to be held in Japan in August, the importance of strengthening regional and bilateral cooperation, facilitating the transfer of experiences between countries and adoption of comprehensive plans for capacity building and strengthening cooperation and coordination among countries and regional and international partners in the field of disarmament..