Chadian President receives AU/Kadhafi’s peace envoys

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Chadian President, Idris Deby Itno, Wednesday in the Chadian capital, Ndjamena, received two special envoys of Colonel Muammar Kadhafi and members of the Libya-Congo joint commission, mandated by the African Union, to resolve the Chadian crisis, the Libyan press agency, JANA, reported. According to JANA, President Déby told the guests: “I call on Libya and Colonel Kadhafi to intensify efforts in order for the situation in Chad to stabilise and to prevent the worse from happening.” The Chadian leader seized the opportunity to praise the role of the African Union as well the UN Security Council’s position on the crisis. JANA also noted that Déby gave the joint commission a warm welcome and hailed the AU’s initiative for the restoration of stability and peace in Chad, while also praising the mandate given to the Libyan leader and the Congolese president to lead the mission to a successful conclusion.
The Chadian leader was reported to have reaffirmed his willingness as well as his country’s availability to cooperate with the commission to help it carry out its mission. It is recalled that the Libya/Congo joint commission departed Libya Tuesday for the Chadian capital to carry out the peace mission assigned to it by the African Union.

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