World Khartoum worries about the return of the Sudanese "mercenaries" present in Libya
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At the Time Where Libya and the international community multiply the pressure for the departure of all the mercenaries and foreign forces of Libya, Khartoum is concerned about the return of "mercenaries" Sudanese from Libya. During an interview in Doha, on the sidelines of the Arab League meeting, the two Sudanese and Libyan Foreign Ministers, Maryam Al-Mahdi and Najla Al-Mangoush expressed themselves on "this danger".
for Maryam Al-Mahdi, the Sudanese Minister for Foreign Affairs, the return of the mercenaries of Libya represents a danger to his country who is still trying to stabilize. Especially if these fighters come back with their weapons.
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In a statement, Khartoum who is threatened, calls on to consider the question "as a priority for the security of the region". Libya wishes for its part that neighboring countries brings "common answers to the question".
The two countries hope to reapply these combatants by integrating them with regular forces after training. They ask their international partners help to set up a reintegration mechanism. The UN estimates at 11,000 the number of Sudanese fighters in Libya.
last April, ten days after the death of Chadian President Idriss Déby, the Security Council noted the risk of a dispersion of mercenaries present in Libya in other countries in the region. Chadian President died in always imprecise conditions following the incursion of heavily armed rebels from South Libyan.
The UN is worried about the dispersion of the mercenaries present in Libya
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