Sudanese government sent messages on a high level of all the neighboring countries, asking States not to open its territory to receive rebel Khalil Ibrahim.
The spokesman for Foreign Affairs Mouaoya Usman Khalid said that the government sent messages to all neighbouring countries so as not to contribute the existence of Khalil in any State to continue to fuelling the flames of war.
He added that the government appreciated all the efforts of Libya to pay attention to the Sudanese affair and supporting the peace process in Darfur. He said that Sudan is expected from Libya a positive step to carry rebel Khalil immediately to go to Doha and the resumption of peace talks.
Presidential Assistant Engineer Abdullah Ali Masar appreciated Chad step against rebel Khalil Ibrahim, head of the Justice and Equality Movement from entering its territory. Masar in a telephone conversation with Radio Omdurman from Nyala, said that the Chad procedures came from to achieve the interests of the two countries.