Letter by Amnesty International to the United Nations Security Council on the urgent need for United Nations Peacekeeping in Darfur
In this letter Amnesty International welcomes the report of the UN Secretary-General on Darfur as an important step towards ensuring the protection of the people of Darfur through an expanded peacekeeping mission under United Nations auspices. The organisation urges the Security Council to convene a meeting to consider the report, and adopt a resolution establishing a UN peacekeeping mission with a strong mandate and adequate resources to protect civilians in Darfur as soon as possible.
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