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Photo: Transitioning from AMIS to UN Mission in Sudan


Washington, DC
February 3, 2006

Children watch as three Canadian Armored Personnel Carriers arrive to be handed to the African Union mission in El Fashir in Sudan's Darfur region, Friday, Nov. 18, 2005. On January 13, 2006, the AUís Peace and Security Council (PSC) agreed to seek a transition from AMIS to a United Nations mission. The U.S. has signaled strong support for quick United Nations Security Council action to plan for and authorize a UN peacekeeping mission (UNMIS), which would build on the achievements of AMIS. © AP/WWP file photo

02/03/2006 -- Briefing on U.S. Efforts in Darfur and U.S. Efforts to Transition from AMIS to UN Mission in Sudan
02/03/2006 -- Fact Sheet: Progress in Sudan
02/01/2006 -- Remarks by Deputy Secretary Zoellickwatch | listen | read | photos

Children watch as three Canadian Armored Personnel Carriers arrive to be handed to the African Union mission in El Fashir in Sudans Darfur region, Friday, Nov. 18, 2005. [ © AP/WWP]


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