The Sudan foreign Affairs Minister, Al-Dierdiry al-Dhikheri told journalists that four key issues were discussed. In the new government structure proposed by Museveni and Bashir, South Sudan will have four vice presidents.
The European Union has criticised the visit of President Omar Al-Bashir to Uganda, a State party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court ICC. The Sudanese leader yesterday concluded a two-day working visit to Uganda at the invitation of his counterpart, President Yoweri Museveni. Museveni and his guest looked at ease, holding talks in Entebbe State House and then visiting Musevenis farm in Gomba District, some 136kms outside Kampala
As a signatory to the treaty, Uganda has an obligation to arrest Omar al-Bashir who was indicted by the International Criminal Court for masterminding crimes against humanity in Darfur region. He faces charges of murder, forcible transfer, extermination and rape, according to ICC warrants of arrest issued in 2010.
Mahadi Ibrahim, the former Minister of Communication in Sudan said that the classification of Sudan on the list of state sponsors of terrorism was without justification or proof and has instead subjected the country to economic, developmental, humanitarian and legal restrictions designed to undermine its growth and development.
Bashir is under two International Criminal Court ICC arrest warrants for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes allegedly committed in Darfur. Even though he has visited several African countries since 2008, when the warrants were issued, he was not arrested.
Bashir, who is indicted by the International Criminal Court ICC for war crimes committed in Sudan, joined Kenya President, Uhuru Kenyatta and representatives from South Sudan and Ethiopia to discuss, among other issues, regional security and infrastructural development.