Britain drafts UN resolution on Sudan peace accord
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Britain on Friday circulated a draft UN resolution pushing for a comprehensive peace accord in Sudan that the Security Council expects to adopt at a rare meeting in Africa November 18-19, only the fourth time it has done so outside UN headquarters in New York since 1952.
The draft promises generous development assistance to the warring parties if they make peace.
Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir shakes hands with British Prime Minister Tony Blair at the presidential palace in Khartoum in Sudan, Oct 6, 2004.(AFP).