Foreign Ministry Spokesman Al-Obeid Ahmed Muraweh, has described Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon's claim lebelling the existence of the Sudanese Army in Abiey an occupation as untrue. The Sudanese army is stationed to the north of 1956 border that separates the South from the North and that was provided by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, Muraweh said.
In statement to the Sudan News Agency, Murah said the Army's presence in the area is something natural, affirming that existence of foreign troops can be regarded as occupation but not the Sudanese Army because the area pertains to Sudan and that is supported by geographical and historical facts.
On contrary, the existence of the SPLM Army in Bahr Al Arab is treated as occupation, he said, asking the UN Chief to be more accurate.
On the International Criminal Court's report before the Security Council, the Spokesman said the report is biased against Sudan since it hasn't taken into consideration UN reports on Darfur.
It is proved that the ICC Chief Prosecutor's reports are politicized since they have never reflected the realities other than his very personal intent so the Security Council hasn't taken a decision.