British ambassador: situation in Darfur needs more efforts
In an interview with Sudanese daily newspaper 'al-Sahafa', published on Sunday October 14, the British ambassador to Sudan, Peter Tibber, said that the situation in Darfur needs more efforts from the government of Sudan to end the disputes and conflicts.
He added that the provision of basic needs, such as education, health services and water in the camps also require improvement.
The ambassador confirmed in the interview that the UK, along with other parties, arranged to hold a donors' conference for Darfur. He considered the conference a good opportunity to assess the safety situation as well as the humanitarian conditions in the province.
On the other hand, the ambassador did not rule out that ongoing issues, such as Abyei and the borderlands, between Sudan and South Sudan will lead to tension and perhaps even to war, if both parties do not move in the same direction with the same level of seriousness and devotion.