Thursday, June 30, 2011

Omar al-Bashir, Sudanese President accused of genocide, in China

The President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, claimed by the International Criminal elTribunal Hague for war crimes ygenocidio, met with his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao, an encounter that ended with the signing of several agreements of economic and China's technological North African country. The agreements, which included Chinese loans for the development of infrastructure and equipment  were signed at a ceremony after the meeting between Hu and al-Bashir at the Great Hall of the People.

In the meeting, after the usual musters the Chinese troops, al-Bashir called President Hu's "friend and brother" and praised the "warm welcome", important for an agent that has been expressly refused entry in many nations, including some African neighbors. Hu, for his part, expressed confidence that the journey from his Sudanese counterpart "consolidate and develop the traditional Sino-Sudanese friendship and promote substantial cooperation," and said the good relationship between the two countries would continue "despite international changes or the national situation in Sudan.

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