Khartoum is at loggerheads with the international community over Darfur, a four-year-old conflict which Sudan's largest donor Washington calls genocide. The government refused to allow Darfur to be on the agenda and at the last minute cancelled a compromise meeting on Monday.
Donors have already pledged some $4.5 billion (about Dh16.5 billion) to rebuild Sudan, ruined by two decades of civil war. The meeting, dubbed the Sudan Consortium, aimed at getting the original pledges renewed and securing fresh promises of cash.
But the cancellation of the Darfur meeting meant some donors withdrew high-level participation.
"While it is unfortunate that the government has chosen to cancel today's meeting on Darfur humanitarian access issues, the path to resolving these concerns remains clear," said a US statement.Güncelleme Tarihi: 20 Eylül 2018, 18:16