Sudan and Chad sign security agreement

Jan 27, 2003 01:00 AM

Neighbours Sudan and Chad concluded accords for security and political cooperation at the end of three days of meetings of a joint higher commission. The two sides signed a security protocol under which a joint security force would be set up to maintain security along the common borderline.

The commission, co-chaired by Sudanese First Vice President Ali Osman Taha and Chadian Prime Minister Haroun Kabbadi, also signed a Memorandum of Understanding for bilateral political coordination. Underlining the need for maintaining security in the region, the two countries agreed to establish, along with the Central African Republic (CAR), a tripartite committee to oversee security and stability on their joint borders.
The commission expressed confidence that the three countries are capable of maintaining security and stability in support of their development efforts.

Source: AFP
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