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Fostering Peace & Security in Sudan: Willy Fautré discusses the role of the Wagner Group in Sudan

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Willy Fautré is the founder and Director of the Brussels-based Human Rights Without Frontiers (https://hrwf.eu), and is amongst the most prominent Human Rights campaigners active within the EU institutions.

Here he discusses the activities of the Russian Wagner Group in Sudan, and asks “when did the Wagner Group appear in Sudan, and he poses the important question “what is the role of the European Union in the crisis,”

The conference ‘Fostering Peace & Security in Sudan’ was organised by Italian Member of the European Parliament Fulvio Martussciello, of the European Peoples’ Party (EPP), the largest political group in the European Parliament, and was moderated by Manel Msalmi, adviser to the EPP Group and President of the European Association for The Defense of Minorities.

Other speakers were: Iman Hosain, Youth Rights Coordinator at Sudan International Human Rights Organisation; Abdo Alnasir Solum, Director of African Human Rights Centre Sweden; Yosra Ali, Head of Sudan International Human Rights Organisation; Ibrahahim Mukhayer, Online Medical Consultant; Christine Mirre, CAP Conscience et Libertés; and Thierry Valle, CAP Conscience et Libertés, and Alona Lebedieva, Ukrainian industrialist and human rights advocate.

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