Eritrea’s President Isaias meets Sudan’s coup maker Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo. President Isaias underlined Eritrea’s firm belief that the problem in Sudan could be only solved by the Sudanese themselves without interference of foreign witnesses.

ASMARA MARCH 15: President Isaias Afwreki in the morning hours of Wednesday, 13 March, received and held talks at the State House with the Coup Maker Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, Vice Chairman of the Sudan’s Sovereign Coup Council.

At the meeting focusing on bilateral relations between Eritrea and the Sudan, President Isaias underlined Eritrea’s stance and firm belief that the problem in Sudan could be only solved by the Sudanese people themselves without interference of foreign witnesses.

Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo on his par congratulating Eritrea for renewing its membership in the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to which it played significant role for its establishment, said that there will be meeting of member states’ Foreign Ministers in the near future.

Sudan is currently the chair of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development.

Mohamed Dagalo arrived in Asmara in the morning hours of today for a one-day official visit on invitation of the Government of Eritrea.

Upon arrival at the Asmara International Airport, Mohammed Hamdan was accorded warm welcome by Mr. Osman Saleh, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo was the leader of one of the Rizeigat militias who killed 126 villagers in Adwa in South Darfur in a methodical, systematic attack starting on 23 November 2004 at 6am. The militias burned all the houses, and burned some bodies and threw others in wells to hide evidence of the massacre. The militias shot male villagers immediately, raped young children and detained women for two days.

Mohammed Dagalo stated to African Union officials that the massacre had been planned in coordination with government soldiers over several months.

So it is only natural that President Isaias suggests that no foreign observers should be present at Mohamed Dagalo’s proceedings.

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