|Sri Lanka empathetic to the many challenges faced by Sudan in its progression towards normalcy|
|Monday, 30 September 2013|
In an intervention made during the interactive dialogue with the Independent Expert on Sudan in the 24th session of the Human Rights Council on 25 September 2013, Deputy Solicitor General Mr. A. H. M. D Nawaz said that, as a country that has emerged from a protracted terrorist conflict, Sri Lanka is empathetic to the many challenges faced by Sudan in its progression towards normalcy.
Noting the Independent Expert’s recommendation to the international community to provide the Government of Sudan with technical assistance and capacity-building to facilitate improvement of the human rights situation, the Deputy Solicitor General stated that the provision of such technical assistance must be undertaken in consultation with and with the consent of the Government of Sudan, and that the dialogue with the Government to promote technical cooperation must take into account its specific needs and views.
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