[07/December/2018] SANAA, Dec. 7 (Saba) - Sudanese Ambassador to Russia Nader Babeker revealed that his country and Egypt intend to form a joint monitoring force working along the border with Libya, to prevent the smuggling of persons and weapons from them.
"We have very good cooperation with Egypt, we are planning to form a joint monitoring army or monitoring forces to protect the border and stop the infiltration of terrorists and people who use this area to transport people illegally," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted the Sudanese ambassador in Moscow as saying.
"There are weapons smuggling and the transfer of terrorists and you must make every effort to ensure the Libyan border with neighboring countries, under good surveillance," he added.
Babaker expressed his hope that these efforts will help settle the situation in Libya.
He also pointed out that the crisis in Darfur and in the western region of Sudan and the south of the country will be resolved soon, pointing out that many Sudanese refugees began to return to Darfur from Chad, as a result of the efforts of the international community to bring peace to the region.