IDP Coordination says situation in Darfur worse than 2003

The General Coordination of IDPs and Refugee Camps confirmed that the security situation in the Darfur region was difficult and tense, in light of recent violations of human rights.

Khartoum: AlTaghyeer

The Coordinator said in a statement today, Tuesday, that “the coup government stands behind horrific violations and crimes reprimanding the human and moral conscience.”

The coordination saw that the violations and serious crimes are part of the scary deterioration of the security situation was going from bad to “worse than it was in 2003 and beyond.”

The coordination condemned the silence of the world regarding the displacement of civilians from their areas and the dismantling of camps for the displaced, and working to create justifications and an enabling environment for the implementation of these plans.

They held the government responsible for the events transpiring in the cities, villages, valleys and of Darfur.

It called on the UN Security Council, the United Nations, the African Union, and the Troika countries to take serious and decisive decisions to protect the displaced and defenseless civilians in the Darfur region, and to immediately send a UN force under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter.

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