China keen on Sudan's stability and peace: envoy

08:48, July 05, 2010      

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Visiting Chinese Special Envoy to Darfur Liu Guijin said Sunday China is keen on Sudan's stability and peace and hopes to see south Sudan referendum conducted in a smooth and credible manner.

"We are keen on stability and peace in Sudan. We desire to see south Sudan referendum conducted in a smooth and credible manner because it is in the interest of Sudan and serves the stability in the region," Liu told reporters after meeting with Sudanese Minister of Cabinet Affairs Luka Biong here on Sunday.

"China, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, will work with the international community, regional countries and the two parties of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), namely the National Congress Party (NCP) and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), to preserve peace and stability and sustain the development in this country," Liu added.

The Chinese official arrived here Saturday on a several-day visit to get acquaintance with plans of the new Sudanese government concerning the Darfur peace together with the progress in the implementation of the CPA, inked between north and south Sudan.

He commended the efforts of the NCP and the SPLM to implement the CPA, saying China is happy with the progress the two sides have achieved concerning the implementation of the CPA items and praises the recent step made by the government on formation of the south Sudan referendum commission.

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