The Independent Expert on Human Rights in Sudan, Prof. Massaud bin Zain, began his meetings in Sudan by a meeting with the Minister of Justice, Mohamed Bushara Dosa, in the context of his mission to provide technical support to Sudan to build its capacity in the field of human rights.
In a press statement after the meeting, Prof. Bin Zain said that he acquainted the Independent Expert on the general situation of human rights in Sudan, adding that the Independent Expert was informed about the government readiness to cooperate with him in the context of his mission.
Dosa said that the Independent Expert was informed that Sudan is a country that is concerned with human rights, based on its Islamic religion, adding that Bin Massaud is a specialized in the field of Islamic studies, a matter that would help narrowing differences in views and building confidence.
The Minister of Justice pointed out that the cooperation with the Independent Expert will be through the human rights mechanisms, which are represented in the National Human Rights Commission, the Consultative Council for Human Rights and the government and non-governmental organizations that are concerned with human rights
Meanwhile, the Independent Expert said that he is visiting Sudan in the context of his mission to extend technical aid to the country in the field of human rights.